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Miss Jamaica Congratulates Miss Universe Winner Following Twitter Uproar

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You might’ve noticed on Sunday night that your timeline was filled with Screen Actors Guild Awards comments, but also, fans in an uproar over the Miss Universe Pageant.

Social media exploded after the gorgeous, Miss Jamaica was named fourth runner-up and Miss Colombia was crowned the winner.  22-year-old, Kaci Fennell nailed the pageant in Miami, leading many people to believe she would ultimately take home the big crown … but she didn’t.

Following the announcement, the audience grew furious and boos can be heard throughout the venue. The controversy sparked the hashtag, #MissJamaicaShouldHaveWon.

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The Kingston, Jamaica native, who started modeling just a few years ago, seemed to not be bothered by the loss. The beauty even took to social media to congratulate 22-year-old, Paulina Vega.

“Heartiest congratulations to our beautiful new Miss Universe Paulina Vega, all the best on your journey my dear,” she tweeted.

She even managed to poke fun at herself about her little tiny boy crush she has on the night’s performer, Joe Jonas.

“Did yall see when Nick Jonas looked me dead in the eye…… pupa jesus,” she tweeted.

Here a few fun facts about Kaci: She has swam with sharks, she loves super spicy food, she is a foodie,  has passion for teaching special education to children in need and she wants to be a pathologist.

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#MeToo #TimesUp And Wage Disparities … Is This Dr. King’s Dream?

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This year the NAACP Image Awards landed on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day so it was only fitting we ask celebs on the red carpet what their dream for the future would be. The answer were quite surprising…

Naturally, the conversation turned to the current state of affairs in this nation. And while #MeToo, #TimesUp and wage disparities dominant our news cycle, it’s hard to imagine that Dr. King would be satisfied with the progress we’ve made.

Check out our interview from the 49th NAACP Image Awards below where Sonequa Martin-Green, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jenifer Lewis and more open up about their hopes and dreams for the future.

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