TMZ: Rapper MC Lyte Reportedly Files for Divorce from Husband after 3 Years of Marriage
Old school hip-hop icon MC Lyte is ending her marriage to her husband of three years, John Wyche— TMZ reports.
Lana Michelle Moorer, popularly known as MC Lyte, was reported to have filed for a divorce from her husband, John Wyche in L.A. on Monday. Although it has been barely three years after her marriage to the marine veteran and entrepreneur, the groundbreaking rapper is ready to call it quits.
Regarding her reason for this, Lyte had filed "irreconcilable differences," and there have been no further comments from both parties on the matter. The couple has no kids together and it is unclear whether or not a prenuptial agreement had been signed.
The 49-year old hip-hop star who was the first-ever to receive a Grammy nomination in the female solo rap category met her husband on a dating site—Match.com.
Their gorgeous wedding was an exceptional day for [MC Lyte] who described it as "beautiful" and "a fairy tale" after she welcomed her "king" into her life.
Rapper MC Lyte Files for Divorce After 3 Years of Marriage https://t.co/UXrwLvMk1I— TMZ (@TMZ) August 17, 2020
Their beautiful romance story quickly took off from there, with the relationship blossoming into engagement in months. The long-time entertainer gushed about her partner at the time, hinting to fans about the sweet love she felt for her man.
Lyte explained that she was afraid to be vulnerable while dating, however with Wyche, she could totally be herself.
Their gorgeous wedding was an exceptional day for the rap star who described it as "beautiful" and "a fairy tale" after she welcomed her "king" into her life.
It was a memorable event for Wyche too, who later revealed how touched he had been by the people who came to support them on their big day.
It didn't matter that they had only dated for a short time because he knew he wanted Lyte as his wife as their relationship was built on a strong foundation.
She shared a touching caption where she thanked the Lord for sending her true love and even encouraged all those waiting on love not to give up.
The rapper further revealed that it took a while for her to realize that it was essential to have a significant other, and she encouraged women to start to pay attention to having the right man.
As it turns out, it has been three years since the "Hip-Hop Sisters Foundation" co-founder decided to open herself to true love and things have begun to take a new turn.