Jeezy's team is making it clear that he did not cheat on Jeannie Mai amid their divorce battle.
In a statement made to UsWeekly on Saturday, December 2, the Atlanta rapper's spokesperson denied all allegations of infidelity that were implied by Mai's latest legal filing. The accusations surfaced after Jeezy's ex had her lawyers add more grounds for divorce on Friday. In the motion, Mai's attorney's doesn't specify what the circumstances were but they highlighted Paragraph 8 of the couple's prenuptial agreement, which indicates a "significant penalty" if either party cheated.
“Any claim of infidelity on Mr. Jenkins’ behalf are 100 percent false and we have no further statements at this time,” the statement said.
The couple's divorce has been getting worse by the day. They split back in September after Jeezy filed for divorce and claimed their relationship was "irretrievably broken." Neither the rapper nor Mai have made any public statements that indicate what exactly caused their breakup. Fans initially believed infidelity was involved due to allegations of a relationship between Mai and TV host Mario Lopez, but sources close to Mai completely denied that rumor.
Jeezy released his new album I Might Forgive... But I Don't Forget, which has a song titled "Don't Cheat." He also spoke about the topic of cheating during his interview with Nia Long, however, he didn't name names or reveal any details that confirmed the infidelity rumors. Mai's allegations came after Jeezy reportedly motioned for a judge to step in and set a visitation schedule for their one-year-old daughter Monaco. As of this report, a hearing in regard to their child has not been set up yet.