Monifa Peterson is on the left. Dancehall superstar Shenxi on the right.
Monifa Peterson is on her way to a law degree from the University of the West Indies (UWI), which she hopes will help her complete her tertiary education earlier this year, thanks to a gift from dancehall superstar Shenxi. It announced a plan to provide financial assistance to struggling university students.
On Thursday, Peterson revealed via social media that she had received full tuition for “YengDay,” giving her a “blessing” for what she said was a “once-in-a-lifetime push.” He expressed his gratitude to the singer.
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“I want to thank the one and only @shenseea for giving me the push of a lifetime while fighting the battle of a lifetime here to finish my degree which I started in 2016. I started getting full tuition from @shenseea due to rumors that I had to pay for my education with student loans,” Peterson gleefully posted on his Instagram page.
“It’s not an exaggeration to say I’m grateful. Not only am I grateful, but I’m proud to have been a Chessy supporter since the FACEBOOK days.”
Taking advantage of the similarities between her situation and those of entertainers, the young woman is overwhelmed with support.
“Like Shen at one point, I myself felt like my dreams were being crushed by circumstances beyond my control. “I worked until I could. But that was only part of the mountain,” she revealed. You supported me in what I always wanted but fought without. @romeichentertainment contacted me to say that I was selected for #yengday2022 full college tuition.
Students are receiving support as part of an effort to thank the singer’s ‘YengDay’ fans. When she announced the initiative in May of this year, Shenxi remembers that she had to end her higher education journey early due to financial difficulties. she said.
She said her efforts to provide support to those in similar situations are her way of paying it forward.
“I also had to drop out of college because my family could not afford the tuition fees for my final year of studies. I know how disappointing it is that it doesn’t end because of ,” Shessy said on Instagram. “But look! Don’t give up. Those are the many routes to your dreams!”
Those seeking assistance were asked to send proof of attendance and a status letter to email@example.com.
“YengDay” is a fan appreciation day started by celebrities in 2021.