The divorce of Dot Da Genius and Jhene Aiko just got more complicated. Aiko sought to prevent Dot from receiving spousal support when she filed for divorce. Dot sees things differently as he's seeking spousal support and wants the court to stop Aiko from collecting any alimony from him, according to Bossip.

Aiko filed for divorce this past summer after a year filled with flirtatious behavior with Big Sean. When news of the couple's split went public, many speculated that Aiko had been cheating on Dot. The singer would deny this on social media.

"Never let a man disrespect u in any way," she wrote in one tweet. “I only cheated myself. so glad to be free from all the drugs, depression and confrontation.”

Aiko's words turned the attention to Dot with fans assuming that he abused his estranged wife in some way. The Kid Cudi collaborator vehemently denied this in an Instagram post.

"In light of public threats, false allegations and attempts to slander my name and character, I am compelled to speak up,” he wrote. “Because my nature is peaceful, I’ve been silent out of respect for all involved, and to maintain my privacy. However, I believe the truth must be heard, which is that I’ve never been violent or abusive towards any woman in my life. Such behavior is abhorrent to me and far from how I conduct myself. Moving forward, I will continue to focus on my family, friends and music, and soon enough the entire truth shall come to light.”

XXL will keep you posted on developments in Dot and Aiko's legal wrangling.

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