Everyone can agree that Mary J. Blige‘s last relationship with Kendu Isaacs ended terribly. Especially when you take into consideration how quick his fingers grew pincers as he tried to make a money grab for Mary’s cash in the aftermath of their marriage’s demise. And although we were all constantly looking at Kendu from the corner of our eyes, Mary was taking notes saying to herself “Nope, not doing this shit again!” Because she’s decided she’s done footing the bill for men who love her money more than her.
Mary recently sat down with DJ Ace of BBC 1Xtra and eventually the subject of her new single status came up in the conversation. DJ Ace asked Mary what kind of man would have the opportunity to date her and Mary kept it all the way 100 with her response when she answered, “He has to have more money than me, that’s for sure, Because I’m not taking care of any more men!” Perhaps Mary should release a new track titled Broke Men Need Not Apply which would definitely get the message across much clearer just in case anybody missed her interview with DJ Ace.
After she bankrolled Kendu’s baller-on-a-budget lifestyle, I don’t blame her for taking that stance because who wants to be treated like they’re a walking ATM? DJ Ace also asked Mary if anyone was sliding into her DMs and she almost cringed at the thought of thirsty tricks trying to lure her away from the simplicity of single life. Page Six reports that, as of right now, Mary is in no rush to book a dancery for a wedding reception because she’s cool living with no more drama in her life.
“I’m having a ball. I’m having so much fun. I’m free. Free in my mind. Free in my spirit. Free to be me, to do me and just enjoy my life and have people enjoy it with me.”
I’m glad Mary is beginning to put her strained relationship with human skidmark Kendu behind her because being used is no fun. And wherever Kendu is right now I hope he listened to this interview on a busted laptop running Windows 2, wrapped in a fur he stole from Mary’s closet right before she kicked him out thinking about the good old days when his caviar didn’t come out of a can labeled Starkist.