JAMAICAN DANCEHALL star Beenie Man is a very proud father, indeed, after his daughter graduated from high school - despite being told by doctors that she wouldn't live past her third birthday.The performer's daughter, Desha 'Crystal' Davis, was born premature with underdeveloped lungs.We exist to provide independent, authoritative climate change information to the Australian public. Because our response to climate change should be based on the best science available.We're a fast growing group of people made up of expert Councillors, staff, volunteers and supporters.The 17-year-old's mother, former dancehall singer Carlene Smith, told Jamaica Star that she's proud of her daughter, and she does not want to acknowledge Crystal's past illness, rather she just wants to celebrate her child's success. I don't want to dwell on her being sick when she was. Smith said she is just focused on seeing her daughter achieve her goals and while she is proud, she is not surprised.
She lucky." The King Of Dancehall posted a photo of his daughter in her graduation cap and gown on social media last week. Crystal Davis,” he captioned the image on his Instagram account. She is graduating and instead of that being the glory of the sunshine, persons are dwelling on that part of her life.The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is a not for profit organisation formed in Newcastle by Mark and Kirralee Hughes following Marks diagnosis with Brain Cancer in 2013.Mark is a well known and highly respected former Newcastle Knights Rugby League player, business and community identity who is undergoing treatment to fight brain cancer.He further lauded Warner for already paying a civil penalty of million (which amounts to just 2 percent of the billionaire’s estimated net worth), plus back taxes. A few weeks later, the prosecution team, led by the U. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Zach Fardon, filed a notice of appeal for a new sentencing hearing.(At presstime, Fardon’s office was still awaiting approval from the Department of Justice.) But reversing the sentence of a federal judge is a long shot, so the mysterious man behind Banjo the Dog and Buzzie the Bee is likely to triumph.But once Kocoras began to speak, it became clear that Warner wouldn’t spend one day behind bars for tax evasion. with all my heart, society will be best served by allowing him to continue his good works,” the judge concluded.