Princess Love celebrates 38th birthday in Jamaica
Princess Love enjoying her Jamaica vacation.

Princess Love Norwood, the estranged wife of R&B star Ray J, is in Jamaica.

The reality TV show star arrived in the island ahead of her birthday on Sunday.

Norwood rang in her 38th birthday at a hotel in the Montego Bay resort area, with a gang of mainly female friends, some of whom are support staff from Love & Hip Hop: Miami.

The celebrations kicked off with a hotel worker serenading Norwood with his rendition of the Happy Birthday song, complete with a decadent slice of chocolate cake accented by a celebratory expression penned in chocolate sauce.

Norwood and friends later took their celebrations on the road, showing off their Jamaican dance moves to Dexta Dap’s ‘No Underwear’ while enroute to Martha Brae in Trelawny.

The festivities continued with rafting on the Martha Brae and an exploration of the marine habitat of Montego Bay on a glass bottom boat.

Norwood, who in July 2022 joined the cast of Love &Hip-Hop: Miami with husband Ray J, is expected to leave the Island on Thursday to return to shooting for the show.

Season 5 of “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” premiered on August 8.

DENIECA BROWN , Observer Online writer

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