Wedding bells are in the near future for Jeezy and Jeannie Mai.
The rapper, 43, and “Real” host, 42, have reportedly obtained a marriage license, and a wedding could be imminent. According to TMZ, the couple went to the Fulton County Court Clerk in Georgia on Monday to get the documents required to become husband and wife.
The license is valid for six months, so the two will have to tie the knot sometime this year unless they decide to re-apply.
Jeezy and Jeannie announced their engagement in April 2020. Jeezy proposed to his girlfriend during a romantic date night at home after the pandemic forced them to cancel their previously-scheduled trip to Vietnam.
The couple began dating in November 2018 after meeting on set of “The Real.” They went public with their relationship in August 2019, when they stepped out arm-in-arm to Jeezy’s SnoBall charity event.
“Getting to know him has been one of the most beautiful experiences of my life,” Mai said of Jeezy. “He’s introspective, he’s passionate, he’s incredibly deep, he’s a visionary, he’s a great leader, he’s an amazing servant to his community.”
This will be the first marriage for Jeezy, who was previously engaged to Mahi, the mother of his daughter, Amra Nor. Mai was married to Freddy Harteis for 10 years before filing for divorce in 2017.