In response to recent cheating allegations connected to his divorce petition with Jeannie Mai, Jeezy has issued a statement through a spokesperson denying any infidelity.
Jeezy released an official statement to US Weekly on Saturday, asserting that claims of Mr. Jenkins’ infidelity are “100 percent false,” with no additional comments provided at this time.
The controversy arose after TMZ reported that Jeannie Mai, in the court documents related to the divorce, suggested that Jeezy had been unfaithful during their marriage.
Mai allegedly sought to enforce a penalty outlined in the divorce filing, stating that any party proven to have cheated would be subject to financial consequences. Additionally, she requested an “equitable division” of all marital assets.
“Wife further shows that the Court should enforce Paragraph 8 of the Prenuptial Agreement regarding infidelity,” Mai argued said.
The mentioned clause imposes a significant financial penalty on the party engaging in sexual or emotional relationships with a third party.
Jeezy initiated the divorce proceedings back in September, citing an “irretrievably broken” marriage and a “bona fide state of separation.”
The situation attracted attention when, during an interview with Nia Long, Jeezy discussed the challenges of the divorce process, emphasizing, “real n***as don’t cheat.” This statement stirred social media reactions, especially in light of the subsequent cheating allegations.
In the ongoing legal battle, Jeezy is seeking joint physical and legal custody of their 20-month-old daughter, Monaco.
Conversely, Jeannie Mai is requesting primary physical custody and sole “final decision-making authority” for Monaco’s care. The divorce proceedings continue to unfold, with both parties presenting their respective claims.