Singer Lucky Daye is opening about the allegations suggesting that he doesn’t pay child support. The “Over” singer addressed the topic when he responded to a fan who slid in his DMs.

“Please pay child support so I can listen to your music again,” the fan wrote.

Daye, who is clearly fed up with the allegations, shared his thoughts on his Instagram story, The Jasmine Brand reported.

“1st off stop listening to one sided stories and making me suffer just because I don’t have time or energy or the low vibration to combat things that belittle me and my career,” he wrote in response to the message. “You people don’t have to listen to me if u wanna feed off negative drama that isn’t even tru.”

The 37-year-old artist still had a lot more to say.

“I am above lies I am above low vibrations so I don’t respond to attention seekers,” he wrote. “U ever ask y I never respond? No u just eat it up cuz ur social media drama sick! It’s a real mental thing and I’m not judging but I’m not your savior.”

Daye apparently isn’t bothered if the fan stops listening to his music.

“U can listen to who u want and judge who u want. Doesn’t bother me baby. I take care if my biz. Take it or leave it. Just don’t expect me to stop being great to attend to lies and misinformation,” he wrote. “Feel lucky cuz I had time to explain to u today. Good bye. Hope you like my new album.”

The allegations against Daye first surfaced when Ashley L, the mother of his daughter, said he doesn’t pay child support.

“I care that I literally have to submit paperwork and documents to the courthouse because he doesn’t feel he should have to pay child support because of the pandemic,” the College Hill: Atlanta star said on social media. “He wants to pay $0. A man who spent $369, 000 in a matter of months just for travel and entertainment doesn’t want to pay anything for child support.”