The True Guest Jeannie Mai caused a stir the other day when she told viewers on the show that she wanted to “submit” to her boyfriend, rapper Young Jeezy. The next day after the comments, Mai took the opportunity to explain what she meant.
Relationship of Jeannie Mai and Jeezy
Mai and Jeezy were a couple of rum for a while. The two officially ended their relationship in August 2019, appearing at a joint carpet event. After they went public, Mai started talking more openly and openly The True about her relationship with the rapper.
In November 2019, she talked about the relationship and how she feels it is different for her.
“I’d say I’m worried about making each other feel safe,” she said. “We have both gone through enough in our lives to connect with the understanding that love should feel safe, honest and pure. That was immediately a magnetic attraction. We are deeply attracted to each other’s interests. So because we’re both happy to have a cause, we’re going to find a way to do that together. ” They joined in March 2020.
The guest ‘The Real’ said she wanted to ‘submit to my husband’
Mai got a mixed response when she pointed forward The True that she wanted to pass it on to her husband. In an interview on Talla Tamron, Mai was looking to clarify the statement. It seems The True a guest may have a different interpretation of submission than one would normally think of when it comes to obedience in relationships.
“Well for me, submission doesn’t mean you’re inferior or inferior to your husband,” she said. “Of course, Jay and I have a lot of respect for each other. What I mean is my working life, my real life, I own my businesses, I run my team, I make all the decisions and I take full control outside my life. So in my home, I want my husband to lead. I want it to incorporate what I want and what I want, what my dreams are, and then to introduce it, come to an overall decision that is best for our look together. ”
Here’s what she thinks of the social media response
As for the social media response, Mai says it won’t bother her and it doesn’t matter what people think.
“Daughter, I’m 41, I don’t care what kind of pushback I get from other women out there,” Mai told Hall. “This is my life and you know coming out of a divorce and also making a big decision to remarry after being blessed to fall in love and such a beautiful person find, I want to be very clear and open about how our lives can be so great that we make sure our vision is aligned and we both sympathize with each other and that we know that this is the structure that we are entering. I think the biggest mistake you can make is not communicating what you want and not setting it up to win. ”
The True and Talla Tamron the two air days in syndication.