Ari Fletcher and Moneybagg Yo have a relationship that few understand. Over the past few years, we’ve seen the pair go their separate ways on more than one occasion, though fate seems to constantly pull them back together. In the past, the social media starlet has expressed interest in having a child with her rapper beau. However, in the latest episode of her #DinnerWithTheDon YouTube series, Fletcher made it abundantly clear that marriage is something she’s more reluctant about, mostly due to the potential of having to pay child support to Bagg’s baby mamas.

“I wanna get proposed to, I wanna have a wedding,” the mother of one explained to special guest Queen Naija and her other friends on-camera. “I want to be married, but without the paper,” Fletcher added before the R&B suggested that she get married in a spiritual ceremony. “God forbid, something’s going on, and you’ve got my money,” Moneybagg’s partner said while working away in the kitchen.

Clearly, Ari has done a lot of thinking about the logistics that could come with marrying the Southern superstar. “This n*gga got eight kids, so you know, his baby mamas could come after me! If they put him on child support, I’m on child support too,” the 27-year-old ranted. A clip from the new episode is circulating across various blogs this afternoon, with many Instagram users praising Fletcher for thinking about such things.

“She’s not wrong because it does happen. She’s thinking about her money and the welfare of her child. I can dig it,” one person wrote in @theneighborhoodtalk’s comments. “She is a realist. Look at Mary J. Blige. She just knew that was her soul mate and look how he and his kids ended up coming for everything she worked for,” another added, referencing a cautionary tale from the past.

Check out Ari Fletcher and Queen Naija’s kitchen escapades exclusively on YouTube below. Do you think the social media starlet is wise to be cautious in regard to marriage with Bagg? Let us know in the comments, and tap back in with HNHH later for more pop culture news updates.