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March 6, 2014
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Keiva makes bridal entry at b'day party
CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer


- Photographs by Anthony Minott

Dancer/businesswoman Keiva Di Dancehall Diva had heads spinning when she recently celebrated her birthday at Di Entrance in Kingston.

Making her grand entry at 2:15 a.m., to Gary Chucks' selection of Here Comes The Bride, Keiva pushed the boundaries of dancehall fashion once more to make her entrance wearing a transparent wedding dress, while doing the traditional wedding march. The only thing missing was a groom and the bridal party.

Patrons screamed, applauded and plucked out their cell phones to capture the spectacle.

The lady of the night instantly had patrons flocking her, some either gave her an embrace or wished her happy birthday. She later thanked her supporters.

"If dem artiste yah shell mi party one time, mi fight every one a dem, if mi love Ninja Man one more time mi baptise, if mi love Bounty Killer one more time mi tun nun and start wear pure long dress," she said, laughing as she highlighted her supporters.

The event was attended by a sea of local recording artistes and dancers.

curtis.campbell@gleanerjm.com

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