Tamika Fuller, the mother of Ludacris’ 16-month-old daughter Cai Bridges, lost another appeal last week and now has started a GoFundMe campaign. Fuller is attempting to raise $7,000 to fund a nonprofit for low-income mothers, as well as bring her daughter “Tink” back home.
Last week, an Atlanta judge denied Fuller a new trial to regain custody of her daughter, who she says was stripped away from her because Ludacris is wealthy.
“My experience in the Atlanta court system fighting for custody of my daughter has almost destroyed me, but I won’t let that happen,” Fuller wrote on her GoFundMe page. “I also never want another woman to feel as alone and hunted as I’ve felt throughout this process, so I am starting a foundation for mothers who are in similar situations. I want to provide support for women who are pregnant and aren’t getting any help from the father of their child. I also plan to provide resources that will educate women on how to have a safe and healthy pregnancy while under seemingly insurmountable stress.”
So far only $665 has been raised.