IN SUMMARY

  • The couple got married in 2018
  • The filing states that the marriage is “irretrievably broken” and there is “no hope for reconciliation”

The rapper, 45, filed for divorce from ,the real host, 44, on Thursday in Atlanta, Georgia.

The couple were married for two-and-a-half years and had a prenuptial agreement in place.

Jeezy’s filing says the former couple are “currently living in a bona fide state of separation,” and that their marriage is “irretrievably broken” with “no hope for reconciliation.”

The document also says that the rapper wants to share joint legal custody of the pair’s daughter.

Jeannie Mai And Rapper Jeezy (Photo courtesy)

The pair celebrated their two-year anniversary in March with a surprise trip to Vietnam that Jenkins organized for her husband as a “long-awaited adventure.”

The two met in 2018 during Mai’s time on the real but remained mum regarding their dating status.

Then, the couple confirmed they were dating in 2019, and revealed their engagement the following year. Because of the tight COVID-19 restrictions, they shifted their wedding from France to their Georgia home in 2021, where they held an intimate ceremony.

Jeannie had previously spoken about how she didn’t always plan on having children. But after she fell in love with Jeezy who was already a father from previous relationships—she knew that she wanted to grow their family.

“Jeezy made me realize I’ve never really felt safe in my life, you know?” Jeannie said on a 2021 episode of the real “I never really, truly felt safe.

 

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