Sean Paul credits his youthful appearance to good Jamaican food, ‘No Botox’

Dancehall superstar Sean Paul attributed his youthful appearance to the “good food” he eats in Jamaica, not cosmetic procedures.

According to The Sun, the No lies The artist, who turns 50 on January 9, “miraculously still looks younger than he is” and insisted, in an interview, that the secret to his appearance “is not not Botox”.

“Nah man, it comes from great food. Living in Jamaica, the lifestyle is different and I was blessed with that, Sean Paul had replied when asked whether or not he used the anti-wrinkle drug.

Sean also told the publication that despite his next big milestone, being his 50th birthday in January, it will be on a small scale because since he already parties every day, he will just be chilling with his family.

“With such a monumental day, it’s a big milestone, so I’m going to kick something off,” he said.

Contrary to his plans for next January, Sean Paul celebrated his 40th birthday with a party at the TAO in Las Vegas in 2013. At the time, after tasting signature dishes from the restaurant’s menu, he went to a booth Club VIPs. where he was joined by several friends, and later surprised club-goers with an impromptu performance of some of his hit songs, including The temperature, give it to me, like glue and give me lightaccording to vegasnews.com.

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By elaborating on the theme of age, the To be busy The entertainer also opened up about why he put off starting a family until he was in his 40s.

“I have younger children because of the industry. I waited and worked a lot before it was time to start a family… Most of the parents of my children’s friends are around 20 years younger than me,” he said.

Although, according to him, “life on the road is hectic and keeps me on my toes”, the former Wolmer’s High School boy said he has no plans to retire from performing.

“It gets harder, but I never felt like I was saying ‘No, I’m not doing this anymore’. I have enough money but when I come home from a hard tour, I’m like “Let me rest. That rest is for a day or two and then I’m back in the studio. I always do it because I like it. Giving people that pleasure on stage really gets me going.” , did he declare.

In the meantime, Sean Paul shared clips and photos of his latest performances from his mainland European leg of his trio Sorcha tour, his last being his show on Saturday August 20 in Hasselt, Belgium.

“Man a gyalis, you could have the sugar, but not the daddy. Belgium, you were amazing, Amsterdam now,” he noted, followed by another clip of himself being hosted by Nigerian Afrobeats superstar Burna Boy at the Reggae Lakes festival in Amsterdam, which took place on Sunday night.

General to general respect due to Burna Boy,” he captioned the post.

He also shared video clips on his IG Stories, of a joint-burning Burna Boy dancing in a storm to give me the night and his fans singing word for word, his mega hit Temperature.

Sean Paul, who has previously performed at Rototom in Spain and Zamardi in Hungary, began the UK leg of the tour on Tuesday August 23. From then until Saturday September 3, he will perform in Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Churchdown and Cardiff.

On Wednesday August 31, he will perform in Nottingham, then in Glasgow on September 1, then will end this stage on Saturday September 3 in Manchester, before leaving for the United States to make the headlines with Pitbull on the “Can’t Stop us now”.

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