We gotta hand it to Kendu Isaacs, the future ex-husband of singer Mary J. Blige. Dude’s either playing Jedi Mind Tricks with Miss Mary or he’s doing some high stakes negotiating. Or maybe he’s just f-ing crazy! Either way, it looks like he doesn’t have much to lose.
Yep, the headline says it all. Blige’s estranged husband is saying he’s worth a 6-figure check from her … EVERY month, while they hash out their divorce, according to TMZ.
Martin “Kendu” Isaacs filed for temporary spousal support, and according to the documents, he’s asking for slightly less than $130k a month. To be exact, he specified $129,319 per month. His reasoning is simple enough. Mary was the one who brought home the bacon 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.Loading...
As for that prenup we told you about … 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.
Like we said, we gotta hand it to Mr. Isaacs. He knows where the bones are buried, so to speak. And besides, what he got to lose?
And speaking of the prenup, here’s what we reported earlier …
*Mary J. Blige has taken legal steps to make clear that her prenup is iron clad.
According to TMZ, Blige’s lawyer Gary Fishbein filed docs asking the judge to approve her prenuptial agreement. She’s worried, however, because the lawyer for her estranged husband, Martin “Kendu” Isaacs, is trying to claim that the prenup is “immensely invalid, unenforceable and unconscionable.”
Blige says they drew up the prenup on December 5th, 2003 and got married two days later.
As previously reported, she filed for divorce in July and asked the judge to block Isaacs’ bid for spousal support.
In Blige’s latest filing, she says her prenup clearly lays out who gets what and should not be thrown out.