Big Sean Flaunts Ring In The Studio Sparking Jhene Aiko Married Rumors

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Big Sean and Jhené Aiko recently welcomed their baby boy, and it seems that their relationship has entered another level as fans think that Big Sean is married to Jhené.

On Friday, the rapper shared a video rapping his latest track, “Go Off,” with Russ and Ab-Soul, with one particular verse mentioning marriage, and Big Sean even points to a ring on his finger, causing speculation that the couple had secretly married.

“Same girl for six years, ni**a, I’m that picky,” he raps. “How many friends I got to have my casket carried outside / Probably not as many would stand and watch me married outside,” the verse went.

Big Sean also pointed to what seems to be a wedding band on his right hand, leading to fans questioning his verse and ring and whether they are now married following the birth of a baby boy named Noah Hasani.

Last month, Big Sean beamed with pride as he announced the birth of their son.

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If Jhené Aiko and Big Sean are married, it wouldn’t be a surprise, really, as the rapper hinted in the past that marriage was “in the works.” The couple appeared on a live video in 2020 after rumors that they had broken up in late 2018 but later got back together in late 2019.

During the video, Big Sean complimented Jhené, “You look good!” Jhené also replied, “Why don’t you marry me?”

Big Sean told her, “It’s in the works. Don’t even trip.”

Online, fans reacted to the news of the engagement. “Love that Jhené and Big Sean found each other again and started a family love wins! Lol,” one fan said.

“Aaaww I do hope Big Sean and Jhene is married or will be … such a beautiful spiritual couple,” another said. “Jhene Aiko and Big Sean married? LOVE TO SEE IT!” another said.

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Shenseea Stirs Debate After Saying ‘Women Are The New Men Sadly’

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Shenseea’s thoughts seem to be causing a lot of controversies lately. The artist’s latest tweets provoked a spirited debate online as she shared her thoughts on women advancing in today’s society and somehow replacing the need for men.

The tweet shared on her account read, “Women are the new men, sadly.” Her statement caused many people, especially men, to share that they were upset at statements like the one Shenseea made because it implied that the existence of men was not important except when convenient to women.

“When y’all come on social media and say stuff like this, do you really expect men to give up their seat on the bus, are you still expecting us to pull over and help you change that flat, are you still expecting us to run to your rescue and fight off robbers, rapists etc,” one person wrote.

“Oh you mean women are going to build roads, bridges, houses, railroads, schools, hospitals, supermarkets and all these many other conveniences we have in this world?” another man asked.

Some men also accused Shenseea of being hurt and not appreciated as a woman leading to her statement. “You’re just overly masculine because you’ve been dealing with simps. It’s natural. Find a man you can trust to lead and who loves you correctly and your perspective will undoubtedly change,” another person said.

This is certainly not the first time that Shenseea has stirred up controversy when it comes to the men versus women argument. The artist previously shared that she had raised her son since he was a baby, and she was both mother and father to him. This caused many to accuse Shenseea of depriving her son of having contact with his father, although the boy’s biological father has never acknowledged him publicly.

As for Shenseea, her Twitter posts have been sparking a lot of debate lately. Last week, the artist claimed that Bob Marley was bigger than Michael Jackson, sending her Jamaican and American fans into a frenzy as many argued for and against the point made by Shenseea.

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Caribbean Travel News

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 16, 2022: Here are the top stories making Caribbean travel news in 60 seconds for this week ending Dec. 16, 2022:

Canada is warning nationals to exercise a high degree of caution if travelling to The Bahamas, Jamaica, The Dominican Republic, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago due to high rates of crime Rates There.

Both the US and Canada are warning against All Travel To Haiti. due to the threat posed by kidnappings, gang violence and the potential for civil unrest throughout the country. The country is also facing severe shortages of basic necessities such as fuel, potable water and food.

Sandals Resorts International has announced expansions to its flagship family resort, Beaches Negril in Jamaica, and Sandals Halcyon Beach in Castries, St. Lucia. The new additions at both resorts are open for bookings for travel beginning April 6, 2023.

Spirit Airlines today launched direct flights from Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford to Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay. It is the first ever nonstop flight from Connecticut to Jamaica.

JetBlue Airways will reportedly be adding once-daily flights between New York-LaGuardia and Nassau, The Bahamas in spring 2023.

This week, JetBlue also announced the addition of nonstop, once-daily seasonal flights from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to Bermuda (BDA). All new JetBlue routes will go on sale in January 2023.

The Antigua Cruise Port has welcomed the return of the regional ferry service, L’Express des Iles from Guadeloupe.

American Airlines is expanding its nonstop service from Miami to Anguilla this winter. From November 3 through December 17, American Airlines will operate 8 flights a week to Anguilla, and for the festive season, between December 18 and January 8, 2023, the island will see 11 flights a week operating between Miami International (MIA) and Anguilla (AXA).

The par-72 golf course by architect Ron Kirby is now open at the Apes Hill Barbados with stunning views over the Caribbean Sea to the west and Atlantic Ocean to the east.

Jamaica Food & Drink Festival has been named ‘World’s Best Culinary Festival’ at the 2022 World Culinary Awards in Dubai.

And a nine-day cruise aboard Norwegian Sky departs from Miami on April 17, 2023, and includes stops in the Bahamas, San Juan, St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Thomas, and the Dominican Republic, plus several days at sea. Prices depend on stateroom, but for a single traveler, an ocean-view room starts at around $800.

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Two Caribbean Heritage Players Set To Play In World Cup Finals

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec.16, 2022: No Caribbean country is in the World Cup, but come Sunday, two players with roots in the region will be going up against Argentina as part of the French squad in the much-anticipated 2022 World Cup finale.

The first is Raphaël Xavier Varane (French: [ʁafaɛl vaʁan].

Varane was born in the city of Lille in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. He is of Martiniquan heritage through his father, Gaston, who is originally from Le Morne-Rouge, while his mother, Annie, was raised in Saint-Amand-les-Eaux.

Varane made his professional debut in 2010 aged 17, and after one season as a professional footballer, he joined Real Madrid. There, over the course of 10 seasons from 2011 to 2021, he won 18 trophies, including three La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey, four UEFA Champions League titles and four FIFA Club World Cups.

Varane, who was a key player in France’s 2018 World Cup triumph, was a doubt for the entire tournament after picking up a serious-looking injury in United’s 1-1 draw at Chelsea on October 22. He came through that scare, made Didier Deschamps’ squad and has now played in five of France’s games in Qatar.

Raphael Varane’s roots extend to Martinique. (Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images)

The other player with Caribbean heritage on the 2022 French team is Kingsley Junior Coman (French pronunciation: [kiŋslɛ kɔman, -mɑ̃], a forward who was born in Paris to parents from Guadeloupe.

Regarded as one of the most promising young players of his generation, Coman is a quick, talented and technically gifted winger, with good dribbling skills, vision, and explosive speed and acceleration. He is capable of playing on either flank, or even in the centre, as an offensive midfielder or as a striker. Although he is naturally right footed, his preferred position is on the left, which allows him to beat opponents in one on one situations, cut into the centre onto his right foot, and either shoot on goal, create chances for teammates, or make attacking runs into the area.

Coman has, however, joined Adrien Rabiot and Dayot Upamecano in catching a virus that ruled the duo out of France’s World Cup semi-final.

The Times reported that Coman is the latest to catch the widespread illness, thought to be caused by the air conditioning in Qatar. If his flu-like symptoms continue over the next few days, he will be a doubt for Sunday’s final against Argentina.

France World Cup 2022 squad: The full team

GK: Hugo Lloris, Tottenham 

GK: Alphonse Areola, West Ham 

GK: Steve Mandanda, Rennes

DF: Benjamin Pavard, Bayern Munich 

DF: Jules Kounde, Barcelona

DF: Raphael Varane, Manchester United

DF: Theo Hernandez, AC Milan 

DF: Lucas Hernandez, Bayern Munich

DF: Benoit Badiashile, Monaco 

DF: Ferland Mendy, Real Madrid 

DF: Dayot Upamecano, Bayern Munich 

DF: Ibrahima Konate, Liverpool

DF: William Saliba, Arsenal

MF: Eduardo Camavinga, Real Madrid 

MF: Youssouf Fofana, Monaco 

MF: Matteo Guendouzi, Marseille

MF: Aurelien Tchouameni, Real Madrid 

MF: Adrien Rabiot, Juventus

MF: Jordan Veretout, Marseille

FW: Ousmane Dembele, Barcelona 

FW: Olivier Giroud, AC Milan 

FW: Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid

FW: Kylian Mbappe, PSG

FW: Randal Kolo Muani, Eintracht Frankfurt

FW: Kingsley Coman, Bayern Munich