“God is so good! I’m so grateful for you,” wrote RnB singer, Ciara, in an Instagram video post this afternoon. She’d been speaking to the man who’d moments earlier popped the big question, Russell Wilson.
The singer and the Seattle Seahawks quarterback who’ve been dating since April 2015 are vacationing off the coast of Africa on an island in the Seychelles. It was at a private dinner that the football player asked the singing beauty to be his wife.
On his IG account, Wilson exclaimed, “She said yes!!!”. He went on to tell followers, “Since Day 1, I knew you were the one. No greater feeling … #truelove”
Ciara’s love life has been the topic of much media attention over the past year. Her split from rapper, Future who she shares a son with, was also a hot topic for quite a while. Most recently, media reports surfaced indicating that the singer is suing her ex and father of her child for defamation and slander, to the tune of $15 million. The “Love Sex Magic” singer cites several instances in which Future criticized her parenting abilities in both interviews and Twitter rants.
Koffee Leads The Way. Jamaica’s New Heroine Tells Fox News She Wants to Impact The World Positively.
Nineteen year old Mikayla Simpson is on a path of positivity. Koffee, her stage sobriquet, acquired and maintained since her High School days- the young, legend in the making who has reggae music’s Protoje and Chronixx as mentors, is bent on making a difference, with her God given talent.
Like her predecessor, Bob Marley, the young artiste who now has her own seven-piece band called The Raggamuffins, has soared to international acclamation in little to no time. Her breakthrough in 2017 was all she needed to essentially soar. The Apple iTunes ‘Up Next’ featured artist recently said, “I want to inspire the youth. I know I want to make a change and that’s something I stay focused on.” She says she sees herself as a tool that will be used for the continuation of reggae music and the Jamaican cultural legacy.
As Jaron Nurse Celebrates 2 Million You Tube Views, Steff London Did This:
For weeks, perhaps months… or maybe, even more than we even realize, the world’s been paying very close attention to global trends, trends that have taken many on a downward spiral of darkness in most cases. We’ve seen videos and photos across social media, of murders and sad outcries of family members, friends and hopeful leaders, but truth be told, the world’s chaotic scenes perpetrated across borders and plains, truly appears no where close to completion.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Jaron Nurse, a beacon of hope in a twin isle that’s been plagued by gang warfare and senseless crime, is but one person. ‘Fed Up’ is an anthem, a song that while masked with rhythmic similes that engage the youth, is truly, just one song amid countless others that preach the opposite. Two million views on YouTube, while a beautiful accomplishment for the young entertainer, is but a drop in the bucket- a far cry from what many argue, is needed, to bring Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and the world, to a peaceful place of love and harmony, again.