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Jhené Aiko’s estranged Nigerian husband demands spousal support

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After 11 months of marriage, Jhene Aiko filed for a divorce from her Nigerian producer husband Oladipo Omishore popularly known as Dot da Genius.
It has been revealed that Dot da Genius doesn’t want to walk away from the marriage without some coins.
As reported by Bossip, in his response to Aiko’s divorce filing, Dot Da Genius says he needs Aiko to pay him spousal support but wants the court to stop his wife from collecting any alimony from him.
The music maker cited �irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the divorce. He said he’s
working on figuring out what property from the marriage that he can lay claim to as well as their joint debts. He also wants Aiko to pay his lawyer’s fees.
Dot and Jhene got secretly hitched just two and a half years ago and didn’t have any children. Interesting to note, Omishore lists the date of separation as �TBD,” while Aiko insisted they split for good in July 2015.
Omishore added a caveat to his response: he wants the judge to explain every decision he or she makes in terms of who gets spousal support and how much, as well as tax consequences, property valuation and how their stuff gets split up.
Aiko filed for divorce in over the summer, also citing �irreconcilable differences,” and asked the court to deny him spousal support. She filed divorce papers around the time she began spending more and more time with her tour-mate and collaborator, Big Sean.
Although they both have stayed mum on their relationship, the pair has been affectionate on social media, frequently posting photos together and even kissed onstage as the audience cheered them on.
Take a look at the document Dot Da Genius filed below. Photo credit – Bossip

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