Mary J Blige’s Husband Demands $130k Per Month in Spousal Support
Mary J Blige’s estranged husband Kendu Isaacs is aiming for gold in spousal support.
According to Bossip, the former manager of the singer has filed for a spousal support of $129,319 per month on grounds that he earned her millions when he was her manager, plus Mary was the breadwinner during their 12-year marriage.
Kendu now says he deserves a 6 figure pay out because he earned millions for the singer reports TMZ:
Mary J. Blige’s estranged husband is demanding a 6-figure check from her … EVERY month, while they hash out their divorce.
Martin Isaacs filed for temporary spousal support, and according to the docs — obtained by TMZ — he thinks $129,319 per month is a nice, round number. His argument is simple — Mary was the breadwinner during their 12-year marriage and got him used to their lavish lifestyle.
Martin says Mary earned anywhere from $1.5 to $5.1 million over the last 2 years. Remember, he used to be her manager … and he points out she’s currently on tour with an album about to drop. He, on the other hand, has zero income since Mary fired him shortly after she filed for divorce.
As for that prenup Martin believes it’s bogus since he signed it without a lawyer. And he says Mary knows the prenup’s BS, as evidenced by the fact she’s already cut him 2 checks for a total of $85k.
Kendu claims he earned anywhere between $1.5 to $5.1 million over the last 2 years as her manager but has earned zero income since Mary kicked him to the curb
Recall that in July, Mary J Blige filed for the dissolution of their marriage citing irreconcilable differences and weeks later, she filed documents requesting that Kendu be stopped from requesting spousal support.
In September, Mary’s lawyers requested that the court uphold the prenup they signed two days to their wedding, however Kendu’s lawyers waved away the request, calling the prenup “immensely invalid, unenforceable and unconscionable.”
The divorce process continues to get messy and it is unclear whose favour the ruling will swing to.
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