DJ Envy and wife talk overcoming cheating, keeping it spicy
DJ Envy and his wife, Gia Casey, recently sat down with Essence Live to talk about their marriage and overcoming Envy’s infidelity.
The spoke first about the fact that they were still together even after Envy had cheated on Casey, crediting God with keeping their marriage together.
“You know, I’m not going to say I wasn’t into church and God before, but when that incident happened, it just opened our eyes as a family; not just me and my wife. To the point where, we pray every morning before I go to work. Everything in our family is based on our faith now,” Envy said.
As for how he got caught, Envy said: “Social media and a bluff. She bluffed and said she knew something that I thought she knew so I wound up telling on myself.”
“I’m a good bluffer,” Casey added.
“But actually, and I hate to say it, but it has made our relationship stronger. We’re closer. It’s like we’re on another level,” Envy said.
“It’s crazy, because before I found out, there were no red flags. He was, very good. He treated me like a Queen. I had everything that I wanted. He was affectionate, sweet, complimentary, he did everything he was supposed to do. And then, a little bit of common sense kicked in, and I was like a dog with a bone,” Casey explained. “But since I found out, and God became a part of our relationship and our marriage, and we put him in first – everything followed behind that. Just like he said, I could have never imagined being as happy as I am now. And I thought I was happy before! I couldn’t imagine that connection between someone else.”
They also spoke on their sex lives, saying that they change it up to keep it interesting.
“I mean, we have five kids. And I think for us, we just try to keep it spicy. We try to do things outlandish. And not to sound crazy, but she’s my everything. She’s my wife, she’ll turn into my slut. Everything we want to do in bed, we do. I’ve been a cowboy. I’ve been Barack Obama. I’ve been a police officer. And one time, I was Maxwell,” Envy said.