American rapper Jeezy reportedly files for divorce From Jeanie Mai, after 2years of marriage
According to People, legal filings obtained by the outlet reveal that Jeezy filed in Atlanta on Thursday, September 14, 2023, stating that the couple’s marriage is “irretrievably broken” .
The two first began dating back in 2018, meeting during one of Jeezy’s appearances on The Real, a daytime talk show that wrapped last year. Initially, they kept their relationship fairly private. “Jeezy and I hang out,” Jenkins told co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, and Tamera Mowry during a January 2019 episode.
The couple went public later that year when they attended Jeezy’s Sno Ball gala together, with Jenkins telling People that she and the rapper shared a “magnetic attraction” and “passion to serve.” After getting engaged in 2020, they eventually married in an intimate pandemic ceremony held at their Atlanta home in 2021.
Per the divorce filings, Jeezy is seeking joint legal custody of their daughter, 20-month-old Monaco. A prenuptial agreement is in place.
Neither Jenkins nor Jeezy has commented on the split, news of which was first confirmed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“Married life feels 1,000 per cent different than when we were dating, in the greatest way,” Jenkins said of the couple’s relationship in a 2021 interview with Entertainment Tonight. “We both grew up in households that weren’t healthy marriages. We have never seen what that looks like.”