In an interview with Onstage, Reggae singer Jah Cure hinted that he and his wife are experiencing marriage problems.
Recently, close family friend claimed that Jah Cure and his media personality wife, Kamila McDonald, are now separated.
The “Unconditional Love” singer has broken his silence on his recent alleged separation from Kamila McDonald, his wife of four years and mother to his child, Kailani Belle.
When asked about the topic, Jah Cure revealed… “It’s simple. I love my wife, and I am sure she loves me. We both have a beautiful daughter and whatever happened between me and my wife, its between us.”
“I love her, I am just begging some people to just come out of our lives and give us a break because everybody has their issues at times. Nobody is perfect and I leave it at that because she is a beautiful girl and we have a beautiful daughter,” he added.
The Jamaican singer explained that he got married because he wanted to change his life and that he did everything he could to make sure that his family stays together.
“I just want to tell the world just give us a break because you have haters out there that don’t like to see anything good,” he said.
“I got married because I want to change my life and want to move forward as a man with a family. I did everything to make my family stays together but whatever my wife and I have are just personal issues,” he added.
On 7 August 2011, Jah Cure married Kamila Mcdonald in Sandy Bay, Hanover. On 20 February 2012, the couple welcomed a baby girl named Kailani Belle. Their daughter’s name means “Beautiful Chief from the heavens”.
Jah Cure also spoke about his new album “The Cure,” which is in stores now.
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Jah Cure’s third studio album titled “The Cure” appears to ascend Jah Cure to a higher place in Reggae.
A thirteen track compilation with tracks like “Life we live” and “That girl,” an album that ABC News declared a certified classic and led Forbes Magazine to declare Jah Cure the best voice in Reggae today.