Jeannie Mai and Jeezy’s (previously known as Young Jeezy) romance has been hit with affair rumor. The television personality and talk show host has been accused of stealing the rapper from his baby mama Mahi, who is the mother of his youngest daughter Amir Nor.
A friend of Mahi suspects that Jeannie was being Jeezy’s “side chick” while he was still engaged to his Ethiopian ex. The 41-year-old hip-hop star and Mahi ended their engagement in early 2019, and a few days later the first picture of Jeezy and Jeannie together surfaced online.
The friend says, “Jeezy broke up with [Mahi], and a couple of weeks later that hoe is on TV talking about how ‘special’ Jeezy is to her.” The disgruntled pal adds, “When did he become ‘special’ to that b***h, was it while he was engaged.”
The friend goes on blasting the 40-year-old fashion expert, “That b***h Jeannie Mai is fake. I can’t wait for Jeezy to leave her.”
Jeannie and Jeezy were first seen together in January. At the time, the two hung out with Malika Haqq, her boyfriend O.T. Genasis, Lori Harvey and singer Trey Songz. Following the surface of the photo, Jeannie said on her show “The Real” that they’re not exclusively dating yet. “Jeezy and I hang out. He’s very special to me, so we don’t really have a label to define what it is we’re doing. We’re just having a good time together,” so she claimed.
The pair only confirmed their relationship in August, after they attended the inaugural SnoBall Gala. A representative for Jeezy later confirmed to PEOPLE, “The couple walked into the event arm-in-arm and were all smiles through the night.”
Jeannie recently talked about the responsibility of being in an interracial relationship. “I think when you look at the word ‘interracial,’ you should really look at it as ‘interresponsible.’ It is a responsibility when you date outside of your race to learn about that culture, because not everybody’s experience is the same,” she explained.
The California native went on sharing, “When he [Jeezy] steps into my house he takes off his shoes, he knows how Vietnamese people do it. When I met him I was like, ‘I want to go to Hawkinsville. Show me exactly this yellow house that you grew up in, and how did you start your business and how did you understand how to make a dollar.’ I actually loved it.”