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Top Ten Jamaican Celebrity Quotes of the Week: "Who Said What?"

Written by Mellesia Harmon

“This is the most successful I’ve ever been in my life. I’ve been blessed with great opportunities, and I really just want to focus on putting out good, inspiring music. There are always going to be detractors, but you have to decide what’s best for you and move forward” – Do you know which Jamaican Celebrity said that this week? See our top ten great celebrity quotes to find out!

Missing bredren right now I send you strength this day as you have do e for your best friend in the past time is the master and the world will soon see you live on stage again inshallah” – Gramps Morgan, sending strength and love to incarcerated fellow musician Buju Banton (Facebook: Gramps Morgan)

“Prayer changes everything because it releases God’s wisdom into your circumstances.” – Veronica-Campbell Brown, after being cleared of violations, the track and field star will continue her track and field prowess on May 7th in Cayman where she will be on the track competing for the first time in the country! (Twitter: @VeroncicaCampbellBrown)

Unity is Strength. Contractor & I help rebuild artiste Bobo Zarro home destroyed by fire and the Jamaica Star featured it @ http://t.co/R0nmnyAvlk Always try help your brothers and Sistas in times of need whether or not the media highlight it. RASTAFARI” – Caplwton, helping to do good things whether or not the media highlights it or anyone for that matter fat is a good deed is a good deed (Facebook: capletonmusic)

“I’m so happy to have competed today and finished healthy! God is good. Of course I always want to win but my victory was being out there!” – Sanya Richards-Ross, competing at the Jamaica International Invitational Meet on Saturday completing the race in a healthy, beautiful form (Twitter: @SanyaRichiRoss)

Collected the Lifetime achievement award for outstanding contribution to Reggae Music!!!! Linkage Awards give thanks” – Etana, collecting the Linkage Award for outstanding musical contribution. Congrats Etana! (Facebook: Etana)

“Jamaica is a country of champions. Everyone knows about their prowess and their enviable successes on the track, but I’m determined to compete on the big stage and prove myself,” said Okagbare” – Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, really is a champion taking the Women’s 200m at the Jamaica International Invitational Meet (Facebook: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce)

“The incident is really unfortunate as I was looking forward to performing for my fans” – Macka Diamond, apologizing to her Panamanian fans as she missed a show she was scheduled to perform at due to the promoter not meeting contractual obligations among other things (http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Macka-apologises-to-Panamanians-_16558286)

“Was an honour running in front my home crowd 4th in the 100m tonight next 200m” – Warren Weir, celebrating a good start to the season after completing the 100m at the Jamaica International Invitational Track Meet (https://twitter.com/Warren_Weir/status/462812013807169536)

“It’s a lot of ‘Ras-mantic’ songs on this album… that’s it, I might just call the album Ras-mantic,” – Ky-mani Marley, letting fans in on his yet-to-be-released music album which he has his first single Get High (http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Ky-Mani-to-Get-High_16486012)

“This is the most successful I’ve ever been in my life. I’ve been blessed with great opportunities, and I really just want to focus on putting out good, inspiring music. There are always going to be detractors, but you have to decide what’s best for you and move forward” – Busy Signal reaping success from his Bumaye (Watch out fi dis) song as it has not only been featured as the title track for a commercial with Pepsi but has entered United States homes by being featured on two U.S. television shows (http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20140430/ent/ent1.html)

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Mellesia Harmon