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Watch Jeezy and Nia Long one-hour discussion titled: “I Might Forgive... But I Don’t Forget”


Atlanta rap legend sat down for an hour-long conversation with actress Nia Long.

Jay “Jeezy” Jenkins opens up about his divorce with Jeannie Mai, Childhood trauma, Molested as Child, Mother passing + MORE


Jeezy “Tells His Truth” to Nia Long In New Interview.


Jeezy shared an hour-long sit down chat alongside Nia Long, Just days after dropping his double album, “I Might Forgive … But I Don’t Forget,” rapper Jay “Jeezy” Jenkins linked up for a one-on-one conversation with one of the actresses he mentioned in his song. The conversation follows-up with the album’s promo rollout.


Jeezy sends a Message to Nia Long Ex-Fiancé Ime Udoka: ‘Real N***as ‘Don’t Cheat’

The Snowman aka Jeezy connected with newly single actress Nia Long, whom he mentioned on the track “Nothin to Prove,” saying, “Ever see Nia Long, I’m gettin’ at her (Yeah).” The “Leave You Alone” artist kept his promise as the two came together for a deep conversation about Jeezy’s relationship with his mother, those he grew up with, and his struggles with mental illness.


The two came together for a deep conversation about Jeezy’s relationship with his mother, those he grew up with, and his struggles with mental illness, and various other topics.

 
Jeezy says therapy could not save his marriage to Jeannie Mai: ‘I can only do what I can do’

Jeezy admitted that no amount of work on his marriage with Jeannie Mai was going to save them from divorce.


“This has not been an easy journey,” the “Soul Survivor” rapper said in an interview with Nia Long released Tuesday, (November 7).


After telling the “Are We There Yet?” actress that he attempted to go to therapy to fix his marital woes, Jeezy told Long that he realized he can “only be responsible for [himself].”


“I can tell you that I’m saddened. I can tell you I’m disappointed. I can tell you that I’m uneasy,” Jeezy (Jay Wayne Jenkins) shared.


“I can only do what I can do. I can’t expect someone else to do what I’m doing.”


Taking a more spiritual tone, Jeezy, 46, said that he believes “God has put [him] on a different path” than the one he was on with his estranged wife.


“And that path is going to entail for me to take care of myself. And love myself.”

 

Watch the full discussion from Jeezy and Nia Long below.

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