She’s here! Singers Ce’Cile and boyfriend Christopher Martin are now proud parents of a lovely baby girl, who was ushered into the world on Monday afternoon. It’s the first child for both entertainers, who have been an item for more than a year. “She’s a beautiful baby, and they are in love with her,” a close friend of the couple tells TALLAWAH.
After nearly 20 encounters, Jamaica’s senior Reggae Boyz are yet to defeat their longtime rivals the United States. With their next big clash – a World Cup qualifier slated for the National Stadium on Sep. 7 – locals are optimistically anticipating a reversal of fortune. “We will have a team like a well-oiled machine ready for action,” notes JFF boss Captain Horace Burrell, “and I can assure you that the Reggae Boyz will once again make Jamaica proud.”
Determined to continue his fight against the federal drug and gun charges that led to his decade-long prison sentence, Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie has changed attorneys and hired Chokwe Lumumba. David Oscar Markus, the Miami attorney who previously represented the Grammy-winning reggae vet, confirmed that he's moving on from the case. “I will always consider Buju my friend and my brother, and I think of him every day,” expounds Markus. “It pains me that he is in prison. I truly hope that he gets some relief.”
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