Rapper Jeezy is ready to become a father of four children! Here you can learn about his three children from previous relationships.
Jeezy, who is 43 years old, is expecting his fourth child! Jeannie Mai, the rapper’s wife, revealed her pregnancy on her show The Real on Sept. 20. Jeezy (real name Jay Jenkins) already has three children from two prior partnerships, thus this will be Jeannie’s first child. Jadarius Jenkins, 25, and Shyheim Jenkins, 25, are his sons, and Amra Nor Jenkins, 7, is his daughter.
Jeezy is pleased at the prospect of becoming a father for the fourth time. He tweeted a photo of the pair on a boat with the caption “Blessings on Blessings” after Jeannie announced her pregnancy. Learn about Jeezy’s three other children as he prepares for his fourth child.
Son Jadarius is Jeezy’s oldest child, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Tenesha Dykes. Jeezy, then known as Young Jeezy, was detained in September 2012 after an argument with one of his sons, however it was unclear if it involved Jadarius or Shyheim. Jeezy allegedly threatened to kill the youngster by throwing him through a door. Jeezy surrendered to the cops and posted a $45,000 bond.
According to People, Jadarius was involved in an altercation in Warner Robins, Georgia in December 2018 that resulted in a “severe” laceration to his face. Jadarius was reportedly treated for his injuries and appeared to make a full recovery.
Shyheim Jenkins, like his older brother Jadarius, is the son of Jeezy and Tenesa. Shyheim is largely out of the spotlight, and his social media sites are largely inactive. Shyheim, like his siblings, is also missing from Jeezy’s Instagram feed. Jeezy, on the other hand, prefers to capture his adventures with Jeannie and his rap activities.
Amra Nor Jenkins
For the time being, Amra Nor Jenkins is Jeezy’s youngest child. Amra Gebregiorgis was born in February 2014, and her mother is Mahlet “Mahi” Gebregiorgis, a musician. Jeezy and Mahi were engaged in December 2016 but divorced in 2019, and they’ve been on terrible terms ever since.
They were involved in a tumultuous custody battle over Amra, which was reportedly ended with the rapper paying $7,500 in child support each month plus $30,000 in school fees.
However, in 2020, Mahi accused Jeezy was not honoring his custody arrangement, and the two went back to court. According to sources, Jeezy refuted this and even accused Mahi of manipulating the situation out of “bitterness” over Jeezy’s relationship with Jeannie. The court case’s fate is currently uncertain.