Blige got herself a NEW BAE – and he’s a lot younger than she is.
A little birdie just told Media Take that Mary is currently dating 30-year-old actor Jason Mitchell – best known for playing Eazy-E in the movie, Straight Out Of Compton. The two met while filming her movie Mud Bound in May of 2016.
This attainment surely has turned out to be such a sweet proceeding of the Vlegend Award honor she was granted of at the 2005 Vibe Awards in November 2005.
Set to appear on NBC's musical special of ï¿½Jamie Foxx: Unpredictableï¿½ aired on the network by January 25, 2006 along with Stevie Wonder, Snoop Dogg, and The Game, the mesmerizing singer, therefore, has really accomplished her goal of establishing a fabulous career to undoubtedly become one of the substantial figures in American music industry.
The two have recently been seen together due to their work on PARK CITY, UT – JANUARY 22: (L-R) Jason Mitchell and Mary J.
Blige attend the Creators League Studio at 2017 Sundance Film Festival – Day 4 on January 22, 2017 in Park City, Utah.
According to NBC News, Jason is set to star as Ronsel Johnson, the son of a sharecropper who goes off to fight in WWII. Blige is in the middle of a pretty messy divorce with estranged husband (and former manager) Martin "Kendu" Isaacs. His goal is to reach an amicable resolution with her and [have] this commentary cease and desist. Reportedly, the A-lister would bring the budding songstress to red carpets, events, and TV appearances in order to build the up-and-comer's profile. Apparently, Isaacs would say the "most negative shit" before any of Mary's performances. Blige Twitter timeline was looking REAL suspect when she retweeted several stories about her dating Straight Outta Compton actor Jason Mitchell: We're not sure WTF is going on with #Mary JBlige's Twitter, but she's posting non-credible stories and tweets about dating her upcoming #Mudbound co-star #Jason Mitchell. The Grammy Award winning singer and the SOC (along with “Stranger Things” star Rob Morgan) will star in the Dee Rees-directed film about two families, a black and a white family, living in Mississippi in the 1940s that will explore the racial divide during that time. And Netflix just picked up the film for a cool .5 million, the biggest sale at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, according to Deadline.