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12 Jamaicans You Should Be Following on Twitter

Twitter Jamaicans to follow
Written by Marlon Hill

Today, Twitter celebrates its 10th anniversary. Since its founding, Twitter has exploded into a global digital engagement platform bringing news and information directly to and in the palms of the hand of any citizen. Twitter has also served as great place to learn interesting tidbits and breaking news on politics, pop culture and live events on Jamaican and Caribbean culture. From live commentary to trending hashtags, Jamaicans on island and worldwide in the diaspora have brought their own flavor and lingo to the Twitterverse.

Here are 12 Jamaicans You Should Be Following on Twitter:

@terriKarelle – Pop culture, live entertainment events, Gleaner digital news
Twitter - terriKarelle

@DeikaMorrison – kids, philanthropy, politics
Twitter - DeikaMorrison

@caroleBeckford – sports, culture
Twitter - CaroleBeckford

@bigblackbarry – social commentary
Twitter - BigBlackBarry

@gordonswaby – business, tech
Twitter - gordonswaby

@fluffymisskitty – pop culture
Twitter - fluffymisskitty

@faeellington – media, politics
Twitter - faeellington

@iamyendi – pop culture, lifestyle
Twitter - yendi

@kacifen – fashion, pop culture
Twitter - kacifen

@zacharding – business, politics, marketing
Twitter - zacharding

@oohalam – Politics, Law
Twitter - oohalam

@DahliaHarris – culture, social commentary
Twitter - DahliaHarris

If you have other suggestions of other colorful, interesting and informed Jamaicans on Twitter, please share your recommendations in the comments below.

About the Author
Marlon A. Hill is an international business and entertainment attorney with the law firm of Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel, LLP in Miami and former Jamaican Diaspora Advisory Board member for the Southern United States. Follow him @MarlonAHill @HMBLegal.

About the author

Marlon Hill

Marlon Hill, Miami attorney with Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel and radio commentator with WZAB 880AM, Caribbean Riddims, D' People's Politics