Mary J. Blige Is Officially Divorced And Already Has A New Date

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Mary J. Blige’s long and nasty divorce from former manager and husband Kendu Isaacs is official.

Isaacs had requested $130K a month I spousal support, but no word of what amount he has been given.

Meanwhile, MJB continues to shine and move forward with a new date – on screen, in a film.

“Mudbound” star Mary J. Blige has come on board in a leading role in “Body Cam,” a horror-thriller set up at Paramount.

Variety first reported on March 21 that Malik Vitthal had been tapped to direct “Body Cam” for Paramount Players. The project, produced by Matt Kaplan, was the first major purchase for Paramount Players chief Brian Robbins last year.

Nick McCarthy and John Ridley have performed rewrites of the spec script originally penned by Richmond Riedel. Described as “Get Out” meets “End of Watch,” the story follows several LAPD officers who are haunted by a malevolent spirit that is tied to the murder of a black youth at the hands of two white cops — all of which was caught on a body cam video that was destroyed in a cover-up.

Blige will portray a police officer in “Body Cam” who begins seeing visions and starts to investigate the cover-up.