R&B singer Mashonda ditched her producer husband Swizz Beatz because she couldn't trust him - amid rumours he cheated on her with Alicia Keys.
The couple ended its four-and-a-half year relationship in 2008.
It was rumoured at the time that the split was prompted by credit card receipts Mashonda found in Beatz's pocket, that matched cities and dates of Keys' tour.
In a recent interview on Sirius radio's Shade 45 show, Mashonda confirmed the rumours are true.
She doesn't reveal if the affair with Keys took place, but admits she suspected her husband was cheating and found suspicious receipts.
Mashonda says, "That's a true statement, but that wasn't the first. It's not like I wake up and I have to snoop. It's if you recognise a dramatic change, and you're asking, 'What's the problem?' and you're not getting an answer, you're just gonna have to (find out for yourself)."
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