Shenseea to send two 'college drop-outs' back to school

International dancehall artiste, Shenseea, has revealed plans to assist two college students complete their tertiary education. Making a revelation on her social media platforms on Friday night, the Trending Gyal singer said she will be paying the tuitions for two college drop-outs to return to school.

Shenseea who recently dropped her debut album, ALPHA, said she remembered having to end her higher education journey early because of financial difficulties and now wishes to pay it forward for two lucky fans. The students will be gifted the assistance as part of this year’s ‘YengDay’ fan appreciation efforts.

“If you attended college and had to stop because of financial difficulties. I’m sending you back to get that degree!” Shenseea wrote on Twitter.

“I too, had to drop out of college because my family couldn't afford the tuition for the last year of my studies so I know how disappointing it is to start something so important and not finish because of situation we often can't control,” she continued on Instagram. “But please look at me! Don't give up. They're many routes to your dreams!”

Persons hoping to get the assistance are being asked to send proof of their attendance and a status letter to yengday21@gmail.com.

‘YengDay’ is a fan appreciation day the entertainer started in 2021 and coincides with the release of her song Shenyeng Anthem which was released on May 20, 2018.

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