Here's what she had to say when asked if she cheated on Lupillo, as it has been speculated.
"Ask him! Ask him to either confirm [the rumor] or deny it[...] I already defended myself on social media and I would really like for you to ask him to tell you what happened exactly, if he wants to sit down and talk about that really happened," she told the reporter from El Gordo y la Flaca.
Another rumor that has been circulating is that it might have been Lupillo the one who cheated. Would Mayeli forgive an infidelity? "Who am I to forgive?" she answered. "The only one that can forgive is God."
Is Mayeli willing to work things out with her husband for the sake of their two children?
"No. I would have liked to work things out yesterday. I mean, I want the divorce since, like, yesterday. There is nothing to work on," she said.
She was the one who deleted Lupillo's Instagram right after he filed for divorce.
"Yes, [I did], but ask him why I did it [...] If I say anything, then that's going to lead to something else and then something else," said Mayeli. "I really don't want any problems with him or with anybody, and my lawyers have forbidden me from saying anything I shouldn't."
Meanwhile, Lupillo recently denied having asked for alimony from his wife.
It had initially been reported that in his divorce filing the singer was asking for alimony from his wife. However, on a video that has surfaced online from his recent visit to his formerly estranged mother, Doña Rosa, Lupillo denied having asked for spousal support from his wife.
He explained that when someone files for divorce, the box on the document that indicates that the filing spouse seeking spousal support already comes checked. "Mom, you know that I have never asked anybody for help, except for my dad," Lupillo told his mother.