It must be love, Sean Penn and Wyclef Jean make-up on Valentine's weekend

This happened last weekend. The "Haitian Joudalist" learned from New York Post that Sean Penn and Wyclef jean ironed out their differences over the weekend and had become friends again. This is definitely a sign of love on this Valentine's day.


I was told that Sean Penn and Wyclef Jean met for about 30 minutes in a dressing room, during a Valentine's Day party where the Haitian band T-Vice was performing. Witnesses reported the two came out of their meeting hugging each other.

It must have been love!

Do you remember when Wyclef Jean had decided to run for president of Haiti? Actor Sean Penn did not say any kind words or words of encouragement for the Hip Hop artist. Instead, Penn thought that Wyclef was an opportunist who was using the Haitian crisis for his own gain. Wyclef responded by accusing Sean Penn of using Crack Cocaine.

Do you think it's love?

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Paula R. says...

This is a work of Michel Martelly I believe.

The same way Pras and Wyclef Jean has become body again.

It is in the spirit of supporting Sweet Mickey when he starts his campaign against

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Gedeon Paul says...

This is good man. The two guys getting together on Valentine and your ability to connect that with Valentine's spirit.

It is funny and good.

Good work

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