Pras Michel, one-third the legendary Fugees crew, showed up to Manhattan Family Court on Monday (March 16) in a complete Tyvek Suit. The Haitian-American emcee was not attempting to be humorous in the event this  but chose to wear the suit due to an intern at the courthouse who had tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) last week. Prior to his diagnosis, the legal intern had spent a total two weeks in the Manhattan Family Court’s 60 Lafayette building without knowledge being infected prior to getting accurately tested. With that said, the “Ghetto Supastar” rapper was taking no chances in his latest court appearance in regards to the . 

Pras Michel Wears Full Tyvek Suit To Court

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According to The New York Post, the state New York will temporarily discontinue new jury trials and postpone non-essential court functions in an attempt to contain the virus. As for Pras and his hazmat suit, he appeared in court on Monday to prove that he paid his ex-wife the $20,000 he had previously failed to show pro payment for which . During the beginning the proceedings, Judge Carol Goldstein noted the surreal scene, stating:

“Let me just put on the record. The father came to court head-to-toe in full hazmat gear, full booties, full outfit with gloves, hood and a mask.” 

After relieving himself his facemask, Pras was able to reveal to Judge Goldstein that he fulfilled his $20K child support payment in a total three cash payments to Moneygram, which would, in turn, forward the funds to a collection agency for his ex-wife and their son, Landon. The New Jersey emcee produced the receipts in court providing pro the payment. 

The judge found Michel’s pro sufficient enough to allow him to return in May with pro the next $15,000 payment.  in unpaid child support, he now owes a total $102,000 after the judge subtracted an additional $5,000, according to Page Six

According to Severiano’s attorney, Robert Wallack, “Angela still hasn’t received any money yet.”

Following the court proceeding, Pras took to his Instagram account to flex on his haters while sporting his Tyvek suit, captioning multiple photos:

“I want to first thank NY family court for understanding my situation, but I want all the fake news and everyone to know I’m fully committed to taking care my son and I Am not nor ever was a deadbeat dad.”

Pras then went on to reveal that he flew across the country to make sure he appeared in court and detailed that his outfit wasn’t a fashion statement but for his own and other people’s safety, as he continued:

“I’m in my Chanel hazmat suit to assure the health safety both me and people around the court.”

Check out Pras’ Instagram post stunting outside the Manhattan Family Courthouse in a complete Tyvek suit in the photos provided below.