Sean Kingston Performs For the First Time Since Jet Ski Crash

Sean Kingston Performs For the First Time Since Jet Ski Crash

He was all smiles on stage in Miami with Nicki Minaj.

Published July 23, 2011

It's been less than two months since Sean Kingston was pulled from the water semi-conscious after crashing a jet ski into a bridge in Miami. But he's made a full recovery and you can see how happy he is to get back to performing. When Nicki Minaj brought him onstage in his hometown of Miami for a "Letting Go (Dutty Love)" duet you could see him glowing from across the stadium. He walked the stage dancing and smiling with no signs at all that he recently got a glimpse of death. After the show he tweeted:

Feels good to be baccck on stage!!!... i got a big surprise coming up for my fans real soon!!.. DUTTY!.. me and @nickiminaj was swaggin lol

Nicki, who also brought out rapper Trina for "My Chick Bad", was happy with the performance too. She tweeted:

Whoa! @TRINArockstarr and @SeanKingston just SHUT MIAMI DOWWWN w/me @ the Femme Fatale Tour!!! Thank u guys soooo much!!!!

Being on stage also may have helped Kingston, a Miami born Jamaican-American, forget for a moment about the possible fine that he could face as a result of his crash. No word yet as to the findings of the Commisson, however Kingston could be fined for a number of violations, including speeding and upsetting wildlife. The maximum fine he'll face is $32,500.

Written by Laura Hagans Smith


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