Tuesday, 9 April 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Dr. Peter Phillips + Tony Rice + Phillip Paulwell + Candance Thorbourne + Chris Dehring + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Gary Sinclair + Sean Paul

MAIN ATTRACTION: Apr. 5, Kingston. Chick magnet Sean Paul has never had a problem pulling ladies by the trailer load. He even says as much in his new Beenie Man collabo "Greatest Gallis." Unsurprisingly, the dancehall-pop megastar found himself surrounded by a bevy of gorgeous girls at Pandemonium: The Carnival Edition at the LIME Golf Academy on the weekend. (Photo: Skkan Media)

TAKE TWO: Apr. 5, Kingston. While fulfilling emcee duties at Pandemonium in New Kingston, Pree Dis host Kruddy was spotted posing backstage with songbird Candance "I-Candy" Thorbourne. Pandemonium featured performances by Farmer Nappy, Shaggy, Machel Mantano, and other soca stars. (Photo: Skkan Media)

KEEN INTEREST: Apr. 8, St. Andrew. LIME CEO Tony Rice paid a courtesy call on PM Portia Simpson-Miller at Jamaica House on Monday afternoon. During their chat, Simpson-Miller lauded Rice and the telecomms company for their continued investment in Jamaica. (Photo: OPM)

HOT TOPIC: Apr. 8, St. Andrew. Finance minister Dr. Peter Phillips (far right) makes a point during a discussion with Rice and Simpson-Miller at Jamaica House. Also sharing in the occasion are Chris Dehring, LIME's Chief Commercial Officer; Gary Sinclair, CEO of LIME Jamaica and the Cayman Islands; and Science and Technology minister Phillip Paulwell(Photo: OPM)




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