Mary J. Blige’s estranged husband Martin “Kendu” Isaacs may have let go of the marriage but he seems to be holding captive achievement awards and vehicles not belonging to him. The “No More Drama” singer, who filed for divorce in July citing irreconcilable differences, is apparently still plagued with drama according to recent documents filed. Blige is alleging Issacs has yet to turn over a Mercedes C300 and SL550, along with one of her Grammy awards and other trophies belonging to her. Although sources state the “Not Gon’ Cry” singer says her soon-to-be ex can keep the SL, she does want the C class back, and he was supposed to return a Range Rover in February.

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Adding salt to injury, the 45-year-old Blige claims Issacs (49) who had been her manager for years, conned her out of $420,000 in bogus business expenses which had nothing to do with her actual business. Reportedly, Kendu Isaacs also wants his wife to fork over money for his attorney’s fees. Blige is depending on their signed prenup, which was drawn two days before they married on December 5, 2003, to hold up as to who receives what. She has asked the judge to block Isaac’s request for $130,000 spousal support and other outrageous demands like a personal trainer, private chef, and wardrobe expense.

Love don’t live here anymore

In a 2014 interview with Stella Magazine, Mary J. Blige spoke of the challenges of dating her then-manager. The native New Yorker stated that he always had her back but the downside was there not being a separation. She pointed out that there are times when you may not feel like answering to your manager but at the same time, he is still your husband. Rumors had been floating for quite a while that the pair's marriage was on the rocks.

Demands and relationship stipulations

It was pretty much known than Blige forbid her husband from having female friendships.

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As Blige puts it, there would be none of that. It is female friends for her and male friends for him. The couple had been married for 13 years, with no children born of the union.