Loyal supporters brave rain for Swagg Mumma

November 13, 2017
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes from Swagg Mumma's birthday party that was held at the Container Hot Spot in downtown Kingston recently.
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Longtime friend Ian 'Container Boss' Miles was one of the first persons to treat the birthday girl, Swagg Mumma, on her special night recently.

Miles, the owner of a new hotspot in downtown Kingston called Container Hot Spot, located on Duke Street, bought her a drink and wished her happy birthday. The birthday sentiments were numerous after the woman of the moment made a grand entrance in a white dress with a crown on her head, showing her royal status.

On a night when rain pelted the island, Swagg Mumma still received quite a bit of support from her loyal friends and well-wishers.

Here are highlights from the event.

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