There could be many lessons here for men;
sometimes even going above and beyond is not enough when a woman is completely pissed off. Seems like the biggest lesson here is probably for women; this is all happening because a man left his baby mama, married another woman and now has a child with her. Maybe the baby mama should have held out for that ring first, but men, ask yourselves…if she’s not “wife “ material, how could she possibly be “mother of my child” material???
Bosh is reportedly miffed at Mathis because she made him look like a scrub when she went public with the fact that she lost her job, has applied for food stamps and is facing foreclosure. Mathis also spilled the dirt on the fact that Bosh gets a whopping $18 million a year as a player for the newly crowned NBA champions the Miami Heat, while she receives a paltry $2,600 in child support for their 3-year-old daughter.
The letter states that the monthly support that is provided by Bosh was set by a court-ordered Texas child advocate. He is apparently meeting the demands that were set in place for the child which includes all preschool expenses and supplies, school extracurricular and developmental activities fees. Bosh was not mandated to provide the child with medical and dental insurance but he freely does so, according to his attorney. The dad, who also claims to support his daughter emotionally and spiritually, has set up a college fund for the little girl as well. Mulrain made it clear that all of the extras that Bosh is paying for add up to much more than the court-ordered $2,600 a month.
Bosh’s legal rep also made mention of the fact that Bosh gave Mathis $250,000 back in 2010. Mulrain did not mince words when he stated in the letter that Bosh will not be so generous if Mathis continues on her smear warpath. He also pointed out that Mathis worked for a company that was owned by a relative and was paid off the books which is why she was ineligible to collect unemployment benefits and instead applied for food stamps. Click Here for more info on Article in Question