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Jeezy Says He Did Not Cheat On Jeannie Mai During Their Marriage

Jeezy is doubling down on his “real men don’t cheat” comment and wants it to be known, he didn’t cheat on Jeannie Mai while they were married.

A rep on his behalf denied claims made by his now estranged wife that he was unfaithful during their marriage to US Weekly.

“Any claim of infidelity on Mr. Jenkins’ behalf are 100 percent false and we have no further statements at this time.”

Mai filed a response to her ex-husband Jeezy’s divorce petition and requested that the court uphold their prenuptial agreement clause because of his alleged infidelity. The two signed a prenup in March 2021, although the terms of the prenup aren’t specified. Mai’s Thursday, November 30, filing revealed a penalty if either had cheated during the course of their relationship, Hollywood Unlocked reported.

Jeezy has also accused Mai of acting as a “gatekeeper” for their daughter amid their ongoing divorce case. In his filing, the Atlanta rapper asked a judge for a hearing to set “clearly defined” temporary legal and physical custody rights of their child.

Reportedly, the two had initially “agreed upon a visitation schedule through the end of 2023” after Jeezy filed for divorce in September. But, in the filing, he claims that the situation is “becoming increasingly less feasible.”

“The lack of consistency, continuity, and stability inherently associated with such a haphazard and fluid parenting time schedule is stressful to the Child (Monaco), and it has, as is unfortunately inevitable with all families in transition, created unnecessary tension and confusion regarding not only parenting time but also in regard to each parent’s role and rights when the Child is in their respective custody,” his filing continued.

As for Mai, she wants the judge to uphold the infidelity penalty and also requested an “equitable division” of all marital assets.

“Wife reserves the right to amend this counterclaim to add other grounds for divorce, but which Wife does not wish to specify herein at this time in the hope this matter can be resolved without having to disclose such conduct publicly,” her lawyer wrote in a statement to TMZ.

“Wife further shows that the Court should enforce Paragraph 8 of the Prenuptial Agreement regarding infidelity which provides, in pertinent part, that in the event that either party engages in sexual relations, an emotional relationship, or is emotionally or sexually suggestive in communication with a third party via all forms of electronic communications, including but not limited to texting, sexting, Facetiming, social media and/or Direct Messages, shall result in a significant financial penalty upon the adulterous party …”

About Crystal Gross

Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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