The singer heads back to work for the first time just days after being released from the hospital.
After his horrific jet-ski accident five weeks ago, Sean Kingston is not only back on his feet—he’s back to work.
A few days ago, BET.com reported that the Jamaican-American singer, who’s made a miraculous recovery after suffering head trauma when he crashed into a bridge in Miami, was out of the hospital and back home, where he was greeted with a welcome-back party by friends and family. And now, he’s already back on the job for the first time since the accident, shooting a video for his artist Iyaz’s new single “Pretty Girls.”
As TheYBF reports, Kingston hit the Miami set with Travie McCoy, who appears on the record, and Soulja Boy yesterday, July 8. Slimmed-down and smiling, Kingston showed no signs of injury after the accident that nearly took his life, aside from a brace on his left forearm. Later that night, the singer wrote via Twitter that he “had a great time…I was swaggin’ heavy!”
Earlier today, Kingston still seemed ecstatic, tweeting, “Love my life...the Lord blessed me with a second chance at life...and I’ma cherish it.”