*Jhana Sebastian, the Russian-born woman who bore a daughter by Swizz Beatz in 2010, and accused him of leaving her stranded for months with their child n a UK Immigration Detention Center, is now coming for Beatz’ wife Alicia Keys.
The singer starred in a short film about refugees for World Refugee Day on June 20 and also released a single called “Let Me In.”
Keys’ concern for refugees appeared hypocritical to Jhana, who took to social media and retweeted several posts that came for Keys, while posting the Nov. 2008 article about her refugee ordeal:
#WorldRefugeeDay We are the real refugees. We now celebrate Victory. The road to Victory was hard and lonely with no man by my side. I had to do it alone to save my daughter’s and my lives. Through all the worst fears. We had to fight the battles that millions of refugees are fighting today. As a woman I know first hand what it’s like to do it as a single mother. One priest bailed me out when everybody else refused to help. Another was coming to detention for seven confessions and prayers I had to do. This article, printed in November 2008. To all the refugees : Never Give Up ? #refugeecrisis #real #truestory #REALrefugees #reallife Started from the bottom now we are here