Jeannie Mai spoke about the xenophobic Corona Virus comments she and her boyfriend Jeezy received at this year's New York Fashion Week.
Jeannie Mai and Jeezy stepped out for the New York Fashion Week looking sleek recently, but even the happy couple wasn't safe from xenophobic comments on the internet.
Jeezy and Jeannie Mai attend the Grand Opening Gala of Tyler Perry Studios in October 2019 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
According to Mai, people joked around about her giving Jeezy the Corona Virus, which she says is hurtful, especially with many people dying from the illness, and with a lot of Asian children in America suffering from judgment and bullying because of it.
Jeannie Mai's camp recently spoke up about rumors that she was pregnant with her boyfriend's child.
While speaking up about the New York Fashion Week drama on "The Real," Jeannie added that joking around about the disease is not funny, as there are actually Asian kids around America who are suffering because of xenophobia.
"We know that misinformation coupled with fear leads to xenophobia. And xenophobia is a deep-rooted fear against foreigners. So we just got to do better and know that when it comes to yourself, educate yourself so that you don’t give life to fears and misunderstandings."
Jeannie Mai's camp recently spoke up about rumors that she was pregnant with her boyfriend's child, following a report from Love B. Scott that claimed they've been trying to conceal her body on "The Real" to protect her delicate condition.
Her rep ultimately denied these rumors, insisting that the TV host is not pregnant with Jeezy's child, especially considering her past statements of not wanting to have children.
While this was her previous perspective on motherhood, it seems her relationship with Jeezy is making her consider having children. During a recent interview, she opened up about it, asking the interviewer to ask her again when she's not ovulating.
After the rumors were confirmed to be false, fans of the couple will just have to wait and see whether or not they do decide to have children in the future.
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