Teyana Taylor And Iman Shumpert’s Divorce Has Been Finalized

The Taylor-Shumpert divorce is final. A Georgia Fulton County Court judge ordered that the singer will keep the four marital properties, valued at $10 million.

Iman Shumpert must pay Taylor a seven-figure sum upfront. Shumpert will keep his Miami condo, South Georgia, and Decatur compounds. The singer will receive $8,000 in monthly child support, and the former basketball player will pay 100 percent of private school costs for both girls.

Cars and jewels will stay with Teyana Taylor. Her companies, “Taylormade” and “Auntie’s,” will remain hers. Shumpert will keep his investments and retain his properties, but it’s unclear what they are.

Iman Shumpert and Teyana Taylor married in 2016 and have two daughters. The divorce was quietly filed in 2023, with Taylor accusing Shumpert of emotional and mental abuse.