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Ne-Yo’s wife Crystal Smith accuses singer of infidelity: ‘8 years of lies and deceit’

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Ne-Yo’s wife, Crystal Smith, is signaling the end of their marriage. On Saturday, the model shared a lengthy message on Instagram accusing her husband of infidelity.

“8 years. 8 years of lies and cheating. 8 years of unknowingly sharing my life and husband with many women who sell their bodies unsafely.. every last of them! To say that I am heartbroken and disgusting There is a silence,” the model wrote in the note which was simply captioned, “God bless.”

“To ask me to stay and accept it is absolutely insane. The mindset of an atheist. I will no longer lie to the public or pretend that this is something it is not. I choose me, I am my own I choose happiness and health and my honor. I got 3 beautiful kids out of it but nothing but wasted years and heartache,” she said.

Smith asked the public to stop sharing information with her and said that she had no hatred for her husband in her heart.

He wrote, “I request all of you to please stop sending me the video or information about his cheating as what he does is no longer my concern.” “I’m not a victim. I’m choosing to stand tall with my head held high. If no one can love you the way you deserve, it’s up to you to love yourself. In my heart No hate, I wish him nothing but the best – Crystal René.”

The “One in a Million” singer did not respond to the post. Although the musician liked Smith’s post from their respective Instagram accounts.

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42-year-old Ne-Yo, whose real name is Schaefer Chimere Smith and Smith, tied the knot for the first time in 2016. The couple, who are parents to Shaffer 6, Roman, 3, and 1-year-old Isabella, announced in February 2020 that they had decided to end their marriage.

However, the pair shocked the world when they remarried during a lavish ceremony in Las Vegas in April.

In June, ET spoke to Ne-Yo about his latest album, and the lead single, “Don’t Love Me,” an open letter to his wife when their marriage was on the rocks.

“When he first heard the song, he remembered the time I wrote the song,” Ne-Yo told ET. “It was a tearful moment because the song was written around the necks of us potentially getting divorced.”

The “Knock You Down” singer stated at the time that the pair were in a good place after the release of the single and their second marriage.

Ne-Yo said, “I can say that now. I didn’t realize it at the moment but I can say now that the open letter was me.”

“It was me trying to tell him that I may not be what he deserves. Once I realized what I needed and who I needed to be, [boom] We are in a very good place.”

At that time, neither party has filed divorce documents.

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