Nia Long on Her Public Breakup: 'I Think I'm Exactly Where I Need to Be'

Nia Long and Ime Udoka’s child custody case is settled and the Houston Rocket’s coach will pay $32,500 in monthly child support.

According to The Blast, Long and Udoka will share joint custody of their 12-year-old son, Kez. The two agreed to the figure in court. Udoka is believed to have $465,804 in disposable monthly income.

Due to Udoka’s travel requirements for his job, Kez will spend 95% of the time living with Long as a part of the agreement.

Nia Long spoke about her public breakup from Ime Udoka in a conversation with Jeezy, centered on their growth in association with Sno’s new album, I Might Forgive… But I Don’t Forget.

“My older son saw me trying to keep the family together but I had to come to a place where loving myself was bigger and more important than saving anybody,” Long said.

She added, “I think I’m exactly where I need to be. Somedays I’m totally good and other days it’s ‘oh my God, this is so much work.’ Other days it’s women shouldn’t have to be this strong.”

From there, Long teared up and stated, “it is what it is.”

You can see the moment and full conversation below.

In August, Nia Long asked for primary custody of the son she shares with Houston Rockets head coach Ime Udoka. According to TMZ, Long claims Udoka is not active in supporting the kid.

A filing in Los Angeles court shows a request for primary legal and physical custody of their shared 12-year-old son, Kez. Long also asked for Udoka to visit their child in what is “consistent with the child’s best interest.”

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