The decision came after a two-day hearing determined that Nas had made enough money in recent months to pay more to support Kelis and the former couple's son, Knight. The rapper has been paying nearly $40,000 a month to support them since July.
His attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, says the judge made the right decision and that overall, the rapper came out ahead. Nas will no longer have to pay the expenses of the former couple's Los Angeles home.
Kelis, who gained fame for the song "Milkshake" is working on a new album.