Shenseea Gives Relief Packages To Hurricane Beryl Victims In Jamaica

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 20: Shenseea during the "Yeng Day" Album Listening on May 20, 2024 in New York City.
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Reggae artist Shenseea gives back to her country of Jamaica. 

Over the weekend, she handed out relief and care packages to the residents of her hometown of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica after Hurricane Beryl.  The category four storm hit Jamaica with high winds and heavy rain which killed at least seven people and left a lot of damage in the Caribbean. 

Jamaica’s Prime Minister revealed that almost 500 people were staying in shelters. However, Shenseea decided to help those in need and gave packages to nearly 300 people. She also shared words of encouragement with the residents as well. The singer went on Instagram to share her experience. 

“My last 48 hours [have] been wholesome as I prepared and distributed care [and] relief packages to my home parish that has been drastically affected by #HurricaneBeryl. I’m so grateful God put me in a position to take care of my people! Big thanks to my team @romeichentertainment for executing the vision… Always!” 

Shenseea was joined by her son, Rajeiro Lee, Honey Bun Ja, Lasco iCool Water, Grace Foods, Digicel, LP Azar, and Stoplight Wholesale. Hurricane Beryl also reached southern Texas as a category one storm on Monday morning which knocked out power for more than 2.5 million homes and left at least eight people dead in Texas and Louisana.