Keyshia Cole ‘So Damn Happy’ Divorce From Daniel Gibson Is Over

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By Ryan Naumann on September 4, 2020 at 6:44 AM EDT


Singer Keyshia Cole is ready to move on with her life after her divorce from Daniel Gibson became final.

Following the news of her divorce being settled Keyshia took to Instagram to share a message. She told fans she was excited the split was officially over and she could move on with her life.

She wrote, “I’m so damn happy my divorce is FINALLY, FINAL!!! This is not a SHADE POST PROMISE! Just a genuinely happy post, that that weight is lifted from over both our heads?? #PARTY IN #MALIBU ?”

Keyshia filed for divorce back in September 2017, she cited irreconcilable differences for the split and listed the date of separation as October 31, 2014. The couple got married in 2011.

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Keyshia requested joint physical and legal custody of their son, Daniel Gibson Jr. Daniel responded to the divorce months later. The case dragged on for years despite the singer publicly saying she wanted to finalize it. At one point, Keyshia said Daniel’s lawyers needed to change their position on child support and custody.

The case dragged on for several months and the two had to be warned by the judge to hurry up. He was tired of the case being delayed for months and warned them to wrap it up. The documents read “This is your FOURTH AND FINAL NOTICE.” Both had to appear in court or face being hit with a fine.

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As The Blast previously reported, Keyshia and Daniel finally hashed out a settlement which brings an end to their year+ divorce battle. Per the terms of their agreement, neither will pay child or spousal support.

The deal read, “The Court finds that both parties waives any right to current spousal support. No court shall have jurisdiction to order any spousal support for either party at anytime. No court shall have jurisdiction to order or extend spousal support for either party. Notwithstanding any other Sections in this Judgment, no court shall have the ability to make a future award of spousal support, as provided above, regardless of when a Party may bring a motion to do so and irrespective of any change in economic or other circumstances of the Parties.

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