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THE HOE PHASE
THE HOE PHASE
As a child growing up with my mom and aunts, I would hear how they would classify the younger generation, especially females as “whores” because of the way they would carry themselves around other men. In high school girls quickly left from one…

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HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing fathers, dads, pop-pops, grandpas and Pa’s out there! Whatever your version of an “awesome dad” may be, the Party Vybz Family commends you for playing your part in your child/children’s lives. We also wanna…

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QUOTE OF THE DAY
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Growth doesn’t come from you being comfortable. Growth comes from hard work, commitment and consistency. We all have the same 24 hours in a day. It’s just what you chose to do with yours that separates us from the rich and successful! …

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BRT WEEKEND READY TO GO BUT…
BRT WEEKEND READY TO GO BUT…
The organisers of Beach Road Trip Weekend are seeking permission from the Jamaican authorities to stage their party on Emancipation weekend, July 31-August 2. More than 3,000 pre-sold ticket holders were getting ready for the Jamaican debut of BRT Weekend, which was set March 13 to 15, when COVID-19 showed up on local soils and forced organisers to pull the plug. Now, with Prime Minister Andrew Holness telegraphing that the economy would be gradually reopening, and that plans are afoot for the country to start welcoming tourists again, the BRT team has drafted a COVID- 19 safety plan which they said have been shared with local authorities. "If there is a chance for large gathering to be allowed for 2020, BRT Weekend is in the position to execute. Whether it's under the conditions we proposed or any conditions required by the Jamaica authorities," Hans Mullings, executive producer of the popular weekend series, told THE STAR. "If we have to execute social distancing in the events, so be it! Let's discuss what that will look like," Mullings added. VARIOUS LOCATIONS BRT, which started nine years ago, pulls thousands of visitors to venues in various locations, including California, Florida, New Jersey, Dominican Republic, and Turks and Caicos. The BRT boss said that the 'COVID-safe' proposal was shared with the health department, St Ann police and the Urban Development Corporation last week. The St Ann police was intrigued by the proposal and asked for a proposed site plan to show how BRT Weekend would be laid out, if larger gatherings were permitted," Mullings said.

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