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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Authorities said a singer, Stevie B. aka the King of Funk Melody, or, The King of Freestyle, known for his 1990 chart-topping love song, is due in a Massachusetts court on charges of owing $420,000 in unpaid child support.Springfield police said they arrested 53-year-old Steven Bernard Hill, of Las Vegas, on Friday night at the MassMutual Center, where he was performing on tour.  He owed $420K in unpaid child support. Nearly half a million behind, Stevie B is finding trouble with his finances. He is working to make money and has another concert lined up in Providence, Rhode Island. However, if he remains locked up, he wouldn’t be able to work to make that dough. 

 Hill is best known for the song, “Because I Love You (The Postman Song),” which reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts in late 1990.

 The Springfield Republican reported the woman, Paula B Hill, who lives in Rio de Janeiro. They were married for 16 years. The couple had 3 kids. Amir Hill was 14, Aysha Hill was 5 and Aliyah Hill was 3 years old, to whom he owes child support lives in Feeding Hills.  Hill was scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Springfield District Court. He could not immediately be reached Sunday for comment and police did not know if he had an attorney. 

IF YOU’RE NOT WORKING – REDUCE YOUR SUPPORT; SO YOU WON’T BE ARRESTED IN FRONT OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE!!!

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