Logic reportedly filed divorce papers on Thursday (April 19) after announcing he was splitting from wife Jessica Andrea last month. According to TMZ, the legal documents state the couple separated on February 3 and specify “irreconcilable differences.”
Logic reportedly doesn’t list any shared property and there are no details on any kind of spousal support. He filed the documents without a lawyer.
In a statement the Maryland-bred rapper shared to Twitter in March, he assured his fans they were “better as friends” but Andrea was reportedly left “shocked and devastated” once Logic told her he was happier being single.
The couple married in October 2015.
(The last version of this article was published on March 21, 2018 and can be found below.)
Logic confirmed he was divorcing his wife of two years, Jessica Andrea, on Tuesday (March 20). In a statement he posted to Twitter, he said there was “no fighting, no cheating, no nothing.” But according to TMZ, the Maryland-bred rapper told Andrea he was happier being single, which left her “shocked and devastated.”
Sources close to the soon-to-be divorced couple reportedly said Logic became distant after the massive success of “1-800-273-8255” and was frequently away from home.
The pair reportedly has a prenup but conditions of the agreement haven’t been disclosed. TMZ reports she won’t get the house or car. Andrea has reportedly moved in with one of her family members.
(This story was updated on March 20, 2018 and can be found below.)
Now, the Bobby Tarantino II rapper has addressed the split publicly for the first time. On Tuesday (March 20), he asked for “respect and privacy” in a Twitter post.
“After two years of marriage, we have come to the loving conclusion that we are much better as friends,” he wrote. “As entertainers, we have made every aspect of our lives public, yet we would appreciate your respect and privacy on this issue.”
— Rap Bruce Willis (@Logic301) March 20, 2018
The Grammy Award-nominated artist also wanted to dispel any of the internet’s theories as to why they’re dissolving the marriage.
“We would like to shut down the speculation and potential internet clickbait as to the ‘why’ in how this happened, or the ‘who might have done what to whom,” he wrote. “It’s very simple: it just didn’t work out. There is no anger involved. No fighting, no cheating, no nothing. We love each other and will continue to support each other for the rest of our lives.”
While wrapping up the post, he encouraged fans to “be happy.”
“To all the fans: don’t be sad,” he continued. “Be happy that we could peacefully end this chapter of our relationship, beginning a new one full of love and happiness. There will be no displays of anger or hatred that tear people apart; the public will not be made to choose sides. There are not sides, there is just us. Two people who loved each other in marriage and will continue to love each other for the rest of our lives.”
The couple wed in October 2015.
(The original version of this article was published on March 16, 2018 and can be found below.)
Despite showing up arm in arm at the 60th Grammy Awards in January, Logic and his wife, singer/model Jessica Andrea, have reportedly called it quits. According to TMZ, the two are on their way to a divorce after less than three years of marriage.
Rumors started to swirl after fans noticed his Instagram-famous wife had unfollowed the “1-800-273-8255” rapper’s Instagram account. A source reportedly told TMZ the house they recently purchased is also set to hit the market.
The couple married in October 2015 and Andrea would occasionally join him during his performances. Last July, she provided vocals for Logic’s suicide prevention anthem during a San Francisco concert.
In an interview with Billboard last May, Logic even revealed he’d gotten the words, “Happy Wife, Happy Life” tattooed on his hand and was hoping to have three children with Andrea. TMZ suggests a reconciliation is unlikely.
Logic is gearing up for The Bobby Tarantino Vs. Everybody Tour with KYLE and NF this summer in support of his recent mixtape release, Bobby Tarantino II.
Neither Logic nor Andrea have addressed the spilt publicly.