|Posted by Admin on December 10, 2018 at 11:35 AM||comments (0)|
Buju Banton fans are extremely happy that the hitmaker is finally home after being in prison for close to a decade in the United States. The reggae star touched down on Jamaican soil on Friday for the first time since 2009 and is now keeping a low profile while he spends some quality time with his family. Perhaps the happiest person to see him is his daughter Abihail Myrie.
Myrie posted two photos of herself and her father sharing the moment they reunited for the first time in many years. Sources told Urban Islandz that it was an emotional moment for both Buju Banton and his daughter after not seeing each other for so long.
“I’ve imagined what this moment would be like, replaying it be over and over again in my head but now I can stop imagining because that moment is finally here. It’s so real, and I can’t even find the words to express how I feel,” she wrote.
“I missed you so much I’m so happy to finally have you here. My heart is so full. How’d you make an exact replica of yourself though?? TWINNING!,” she added.
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|Posted by Admin on December 10, 2018 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
Lil Mama clearly isn't here to entertain Bow Wow's opinions about getting freaky with her. On Sunday (Dec. 9), the Growing Up Hip-Hop: Atlanta star went off on her co-star for allegedly boasting about how "easy" she is, and advising his homie BT that he could "be f*cking in a week." In a series of Instagram videos, the "Shoe Game" rapper let the Edicius spitter know that she would "smack the sh*t" out of him.
"I want to start this off just by saying you played yourself, kid," Lil Mama said. "Bow Wow, you know, that in all the years that I've ever known you, you have never known a n*gga to f*ck me in a week. So to even give BT advice like 'Oh y'all gonna be f*cking in a week.' you're being a clown."
"I was trying to bring you around some real n*ggas," Lil Mama continued in her next video. "You want to commit suicide one day. You're going crazy here. You're going crazy there. I come from a grounded environment that I was trying to bring you to. We're doing a TV show. We're creating content. You are far from the type of man that I could see myself being with, sleeping with or anything of that nature."
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|Posted by Admin on December 7, 2018 at 1:25 PM||comments (0)|
The release of incarcerated Jamaican entertainer Buju Banton from a United States prison has been pushed forward to today.
This was confirmed by a prison officer at the McRae Correctional Institution in Telfair County, Georgia, where Buju is serving his prison term.
Buju, whose real name is Mark Myrie, was slated to be released tomorrow, but the United States Bureau of Prisons update its website overnight and changed his release date from December 8, 2018, to 'unknown'.
However, checks with the prison this morning revealed that the singer's release date has been changed to December 7, 2018.
The prison officer declined to say when Buju will be sent back to Jamaica, stating that it would be a breach of security policy to reveal such information.
Read More at the Jamaiaca Gleaner