In the midst of the ongoing divorce saga between rapper Jeezy and TV host Jeannie Mai, the legal battle has taken a new turn with Mai accusing her soon-to-be ex-husband of infidelity. This development comes after Jeezy accused Mai of “gatekeeping” their daughter, leading to what he described as “unnecessary tension and confusion.” Mai’s response, filed in Fulton Superior Court, indicates her intention to uphold an infidelity clause in their prenuptial agreement.
The prenuptial agreement, signed by both parties in March 2021, contains a section that imposes a significant financial penalty for engaging in sexual or emotional relationships with third parties through various forms of electronic communication. Jeezy’s representative, in a statement to UsWeekly, vehemently denied the infidelity allegations, declaring them “100 percent false” and offering no further comments at this time.
While Mai’s response refrains from naming Jeezy’s alleged mistress, it emphasizes her desire to resolve the matter privately without disclosing such information publicly. In addition to the infidelity clause, Mai is seeking an “equitable division” of all marital assets in the divorce proceedings.
The couple, who tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at their Atlanta home in 2021 and welcomed a daughter in 2022, shocked the public when news of their divorce broke in September 2023. Jeezy, in a statement, expressed that the decision was not impulsive and came with a heavy heart. Despite the separation, he affirmed his love and respect for Jeannie, emphasizing their commitment to providing their daughter with love and stability.
As the divorce proceedings unfold, the couple finds themselves entangled in a custody battle. Jeezy has requested joint physical and legal custody of their child, while Mai seeks sole “final decision-making authority” and primary physical custody. The legal dispute adds complexity to the dissolution of their once-publicized union, which had been characterized by mutual love and respect.
Derek Chan – Editor