Jeannie Mai, estranged from her husband Jeezy, is holding onto hope for a reconciliation despite his recent divorce filing, as reported by Page Six.
The news of Jeezy’s decision to file for divorce has left Jeannie Mai feeling devastated, and she’s determined to mend their fractured marriage. The couple tied the knot in 2021 and welcomed their daughter Monaco just last year. Reports suggest that a prenuptial agreement is already in place for their divorce.
A source close to Jeannie Mai shared, “The truth is Jeannie wants her marriage to work, and wants her family to be one solid unit. She is devastated that Jeezy filed for divorce. [Jeannie] deeply loves Jeezy, and she wants to work things out. She did not get married to get divorced. This was not a part of the plan. This is not how she ever imagined things would go down. Even though Jeezy has filed, Jeannie is holding out hope that he would be willing to sit down and work things out. She is hoping for a resolution and wants to remain as a united family unit.”
According to court documents obtained by HipHopDX, the Atlanta rapper, whose real name is Jay Jenkins, filed for divorce in the Fulton County Superior Court in Georgia on September 14, citing that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.”
The divorce is categorized as a contested divorce, indicating that Jeannie Mai is opposing the proceedings. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for October 19 at 11:00 a.m. local time.
This unexpected turn of events in their seemingly happy marriage comes shortly after Jeannie Mai and their daughter celebrated Jeezy’s success as a best-selling author.
A source close to the couple revealed to Entertainment Tonight that they had differing views on “certain family values and expectations.” It seems that they each felt their needs were not being fully met, contributing to the decision to part ways.
Rumors of infidelity swirled on social media, alleging that Jeannie Mai had cheated on Jeezy with TV host Mario Lopez. However, these claims were debunked by Hollywood Unlocked, confirming that they are entirely untrue.