Mashonda To Swizz Beatz: B*tch Betta Have My Money!


Just when you thought it was over between Swizz Beatz and Mashonda, Beatz is about to be hauled right back into court again. The ink’s not even dry on their divorce yet, but hip-hop producer — and soon-to-be Mr. Alicia Keys — Swizz Beatz and his ex-wife are heading back to court.

In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Mashonda Dean says the man who officially became her ex-husband two weeks ago already owes her $334,000 in missed payments.

“I so much wanted both of us to get on with our lives and maintain our respect for one another, but he now shows that his priorities and sense of responsibility are screwed up,” R&B singer Dean said.

Dean’s lawyer, Bernard Clair, called the nonpayment “particularly troubling” because of reports that Beatz bought a seven-carat engagement ring for Keys earlier this year and that they’re moving into a $14.5 million duplex penthouse on Crosby Street.

Beatz told The Post his ex’s allegations that he owes $325,000 in equitable distribution and $9,000 in alimony and child support are “inaccurate” and “overblown,” and said that he’s gone “above and beyond” to provide for her and their son, Kasseem Jr., 13.

He said he’d agreed to pay Dean more than the judge required and much more than his lawyer recommended — he even had to sign court papers acknowledging that he was going against his attorney’s advice.

“I gave over what the judge was recommending to give. I gave her $700,000 up front, because I thought $200,000 wasn’t enough for what she wanted to do. I still get spit in my face for it,” he said.

He suggested that the subsequent payments had been ready to go when he discovered “she’d been selling all my stuff out of my house.”

Clair said the only items his client sold were some remote-controlled vehicles the producer had left behind after movers took out his belongings.”

The two sides are due back in court next month.

The 31-year-old will reportedly tie the knot with the stunning “Empire State of Mind” singer Keys this summer.

Side Note: For someone who claims he legitimately left Mashonda he is paying an awful heavy price from his ex, anger and resentment and bitterness is usually the end result of a person who felt they were done wrong. I’m just saying.
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