Jeannie Mai Changes Her Tune About Having Kid After Dating Jeezy

The 'Real' co-host, who split from her then-husband Freddy Harteis two years ago because she didn't want to have children, reveals she feels brooding after seeing a picture of Gabrielle Union's daughter Kaavia.

AceShowbiz - Jeannie Mai is ready to start a family with her boyfriend Jeezy a.k.a. Young Jeezy. The television personality, who previously declared that she didn't want to have kids, seems to have had a change of heart about motherhood, now that she's dating the rapper.

"The Real" co-host revealed she's feeling brooding after seeing a picture of Gabrielle Union and her husband Dwyane Wade with their daughter Kaavia, who just turned one year old on November 7. Jeannie wrote in the comment section, "Dear God, what are you doing to my uterus, dude."

Responding to Jeannie's comment, another user wrote, "I can't even count how many times I heard you say you don't want any kids now this. the right man will make you want them, kids, to pooh." A supportive fan chimed in, "You and Jeezy need to make a baby, and y'all would make a beautiful baby. Love you two together."

Jeannie previously divorced her then-husband Freddy Harteis because she didn't want to have children, while he did. The former couple, who tied the knot in August 2007, announced their split in October 2017 and had their divorce finalized in December 2018.

The 40-year-old stylist was then quickly linked to Jeezy, though they didn't confirm their relationship until August of this year after months of dating rumors. Back in October, Jeannie revealed she's frozen her eggs, but made it clear that she doesn't ever want to get married again.

Talking about their interracial relationship, she recently explained. "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."

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."

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