Jeezy Makes Light Of Jeannie Mai Divorce On New Remix Of JT’s “OKAY”

Jeezy graced the remix of JT’s “OKAY” yesterday (Friday, June 28), and fans quickly realized that it was a much messier single than they perhaps anticipated. Moreover, there are multiple bars from the former on here than either outright reference or subtly allude to his contentious and drama-filled divorce from Jeannie Mai. “Summer 24, I’m single as a dollar bill,” he raps on the cut. “Handsome and wealthy, can’t forget the fact a n***a real.” It seems like The Snowman really wanted to make a statement and speak on his current state with this remix, and we’re sure that this won’t be the last addition to this saga.

However, some fans might be confused because, as far as they knew, Jeezy and Jeannie Mai just finalized their divorce earlier this month. The process was very combative, including domestic abuse allegations against the rapper and claims that he unsafely kept an AK-47 in their home and brandished it while leaving many firearms and a lot of ammunition in easily accessible places. “Why you got choppers in ya house? ‘Cause I’m a n***a still / A b***h’ll never catch me slipping, yeah, banana peel / Ever lost a real one? You dropped the ball baby,” he raps on the “OKAY” remix.

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Elsewhere on the song, Jeezy flexes his longevity by challenging hip-hop’s biggest story of 2024 so far: the Kendrick Lamar and Drake beef. “You’re taking off this summer? I said n***a, naw / All I’m hearing about is Drizzy Drake and K.Dot / Been on fire twenty years, b***h, I stay hot,” he spits on the track. It would be very interesting to hear what an Atlanta legend like himself would have to say about that battle. Did the 6ix God run to him for a couple of dollars or did he wipe Kendrick down?

Regardless, Jeezy did receive some defense from his circle amid the Jeannie Mai divorce, and so did she from her loved ones. Hopefully things slow down in the future and they turn this sad end into an amicable, accountable, and responsible future. These moments are never easy, and perhaps rapping about it on a record will exacerbate this difficulty. But only time will tell.

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Specifically, Gabriel enjoys the fringes of rap music: the experimental, boundary-pushing, and raw alternatives to the mainstream sound. As a proud native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, he also stays up-to-date with the archipelago’s local scene and its biggest musical exponents in reggaetón, salsa, indie, and beyond.

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His favorite hip-hop artists working today are Tyler, The Creator, Boldy James, JPEGMAFIA, and Earl Sweatshirt.