Jeezy and Jeannie Mai reportedly got married at the end of March as that came after reports that the two had applied for their marriage license. The two had previously been dating since early 2019 and got engaged in the spring of 2019 after Jeezy proposed in Los Angeles.
Now, the two continue to give back to local communities as recently, they got together with Tony Robbins and Jeezy’s Street Dreamz Foundation To Donate 1,000 bicycles to Atlanta’s inner-city youth.
Bicycles Were Handed Out At Clark Atlanta University
According to PEOPLE, this event occurred at Clark Atlanta University, one of the city’s most historic HBCUs. The event was also titled “Wheels of Dreamz” as Jeezy spoke to a crowd along with Atlanta Mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms. The couple have given back to communities plenty of times and now, the opportunity to distribute 1,000 bicycles to the city’s youth who needed it the most felt special to Jeannie as well. She took to her Instagram feed to discuss the event after it concluded.
Jeannie Got Her First Bike At Seven And Had To Share With Family
Jeannie reminisced on how she received her first bike at seven-years-old. At the time though, her family could only afford one so she had to share with her little brother.
“I got my first bike when I was 7 years old. And we only had enough money for one, so I had to share it by riding my lil brother on the handlebars. As a kid, and still today, I never feel more free than racing the wind with my will.This past weekend @streetdreamzfoundation and @tonyrobbin gifted 1000 bikes to inner city youth here in Atlanta. Honored to witness the look of pure joy in these kids.”
Jeannie And Jeezy Held Small Wedding Last Month
“Waiting for COVID to figure itself out, we really just boiled it down to what really matters when it comes to our life, and that is being married,” explained Jeannie.
Jeannie described the wedding as a “mini one” and how she and Jeezy “wanted to make sure our family witnessed this massive moment between us.”
Jeannie And Jeezy Wanted To Get Married Even Through The Obstacles In The World
Jeezy originally wanted to propose to Jeannie in Vietnam. The two had a vacation set but due to the COVID pandemic starting, those plans were scrapped for Jeezy so he ended up deciding on the LA proposal. With the small and private wedding with close loved ones being planned, the two just wanted to get married and not focus on everything being 100% perfect.
“After Jeezy’s mother unexpectedly passed, we quickly learned that life is too short,” explained Jeannie to Vogue. “And at the end of the day, Jeezy and I really just wanted to become husband and wife. So we decided to turn our original wedding into a mini-mony, where we exchanged our vows in front of our immediate family and a few close friends.”