After 12 years of marriage the former rapper Solé has quietly filed for divorce from her husband Ginuwine. This is not the first time we have heard about these two heading for spiltsville but it can now be confirmed that they have decided to move forward with a divorce. Hit the jump for details.

The recently filed divorce papers do not outline exactly what caused Sole to move forward with a divorce. The court papers say, “Differences have arisen between the parties and they are now and have been separated since October 1, 2013, living separate and apart from one another…with the purpose and intent of ending their marriage.”

The couple has been living apart since 2013 but their divorce seems like it will be a quiet and civil one. Solé (Tonya Lumpkin) and Ginuwine signed a contract six months before divorce papers were drawn up that allowed the couple to divide up their properties, alimony and child support.

The contracted or “Voluntary Separation and Property Settlement Agreement” stated that Ginuwine would pay his soon-to-be ex-wife $150,000 in exchange for signing over her rights to their $1 million home in Maryland. He also agreed to pay her $3,000 a month in child support for the couples two kids.

The separation contract drawn up back in November of 2014 signed by the couple also states that Solé will get one of their three homes in Kansas City, and Ginuwine also agreed to hand over his 25 percent stake in the Spruce LLC, a company which teaches life skills to the developmentally disabled.

Ginuwine, 44, said that regardless of the divorce he and Solé are still working together for the sake of their kids. He said, “I really don’t want to go into it, but we’re good,” Ginuwine added, “We’re friends and we’re good, we’re going to raise our kids separately, and we’re good.” Ginuwine has not yet responded to Solé’s filing.

The couple married in the Cayman islands in 2003 and will appear in family court to settle their divorce next month.

Source Bossip

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