And baby makes three?
Jeannie Mai got really personal about her sex life with rapper hubby Young Jeezy, revealing he loves including their bun in the oven in their love-making sessions — especially when she and her belly full of baby are on top.
“One of my favorite positions is actually being on top of J because you see your belly, you see his face [and] he gets to play,” said a seven-month pregnant Mai, 42, in the latest installation of her YouTube channel “Hello Hunnay with Jeannie Mai.”
“The Real” co-host and Jeezy, nèe Jay Wayne Jenkins, 44, married in April and announced the impending arrival of their first child together on Instagram in September.
The “SupaFreak” emcee already has a brood of three — two sons and a toddler daughter — from previous relationships.
“He likes playing with your belly or playing with your breasts,” Mai continued of Jeezy’s fascination with their fetus.
She went on to applaud the Grammy-nominated rhymer for embracing her bulging belly rather than being repulsed by it.
“I credit him,” the daytime talk show star added. “I didn’t tell him to do this, so him normalizing that the baby’s there … You know how some men might be like, ‘I don’t wanna touch the baby’ or maybe ‘I’m not touching the belly?’ ”
In fact, Mai — who admitted to having no sex drive during the first trimester of pregnancy, but now says her desire to do the wild thing is “back and poppin’” — thinks it’s “beautiful” that she and Jeezy are offering their unborn bundle of joy an active role in their hot and heavy action.
“Like, yo, you gotta be up in the mix in this,” she joked, talking to her bulging belly. “This is how you got made!”
Mai had previously been adamant about never wanting kids due to her childhood trauma stemming from sexual molestation.
And in 2017, she divorced her then-husband of 10 years, Freddy Harteis, 45, due in part to his interest in having kids and her aversion to welcoming little ones.
But Mai says Jeezy, who she began dating in 2018, ultimately helped her feel safe enough to want to build a family and give a baby the childhood that they “never had.”
“I’m so thankful because I’ve never felt this ready,” she explained to her YouTube audience in October. “I’ve been through so much, and I’ve survived and I’m shining. My heart is ready. I was meant to be a mom.”
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