Mary J. Blige’s Strength of a Woman was a great album full of songs that reflected her personal struggles as she embarked on her divorce from Kendu Isaacs. Unfortunately, her divorce battle is still ongoing as Isaacs is seeking more money from his soon-to-be ex-wife.

According to The Blast, Isaacs has filed court documents that he’s been unable to find employment because of his ex-wife being so public with their divorce. Isaacs blames MJB’s songs “Love Yourself” and “Set Me Free,” which he refers to them as “divorce songs,” from holding him back from earning a living.

The 49-year-old music executive believes that since Blige is garnering more success with her songs he feels entitled to an increase in spousal support. Issacs is seeking $65,000 a month in support, this after a judge originally granted him $30,000 a month in monthly spousal support in 2016.

Isaacs also stated in his documents that since leaving the $8 million mansion he once shared with Blige, he’s been living in a 1,400 sq. ft. apartment in Los Angeles. So he needs more money from the R&B singer just to survive.

We don't like to judge people, but this deserves a collective "Bruh" from us. We're just sayin'.

Attorneys for Mary J. Blige had no comment on the matter.

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