Jasmine took to Instagram to announce her engagement, posting a series of photos on her page with the caption: “We’ve been together for a while now. We’re growing stronger every day now. It feels so good and there is no doubt I will stay with you | (green emoji heart) #ImENGAGED.”
Kay Malone, wife of NBA Hall Of Famer Karl Malone, left a comment under her post, reports theJasmineBrand. “Congrats beautiful.”
Actor/comedian Flex Alexander also left well wishes and congratulated the couple: “@mickijae congratulations!!!!!! Super happy for you guys!!! Wishing you many many years of happiness.’ She also tweeted about the exciting news to her many followers as well. “Happily Engaged | (green emoji heart) @R_Xmas25.”
The couple both attended Syracuse University. Jasmine graduated with a degree in Sports Management. In 2015, Rakeem was drafted the second round of the NBA draft by the Indiana Pacers. He has also played in the NBA’s D-League and for pro teams in both Turkey and New Zealand.
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Meanwhile, Is Troy Carter leaving Spotify?
According to reports, Carter, who managed Lady Gaga, John Legend and Meghan Trainor, is global head of creator services at Spotify and is said to be joining the exodus from the music streaming company.
Sources say he will soon be moving to Epic Records but spokesmen for both Spotify and Sony say this is not true.
Carter reportedly disagreed with Spotify’s move in May to ban artists with “hate content and hateful conduct” from its playlists, such as R. Kelly and XXXTentacion, both of whom have been accused of domestic abuse.
“These artists have never been convicted of anything. It smacks of censorship,” one music insider said.
The list of those leaving Spotify over the past three months includes: George Ergatoudis, the UK division’s head of content programming; Tuma Basa, head of hip-hop global programming; Angela Watts, head of p.r.; Dave Rocco, global head of artist and label marketing; and Mark Williamson, global head of artist and industry partnerships, per Page Six.