Friday, June 9, 2023

On Sunday, June 4, 2023 Zimi Seh Brunch, sponsored by Heineken, WATA, Coca Cola, Tru-Juice, Lynk and Select Brands, hosted its premium all-inclusive event at Palm Drive, Hope Gardens.

From as early as 11:00 am security personnel were kept busy manning the gates as patrons streamed in eager to party and satiate their appetites with fare from Little Caesars, Popeyes, Plantation Smokehouse, Bad Dawg Sausages, among others.

Deejays Insaneo, Franco, Shantonio, Travis, Shella and Fyahman kept spirits high until the very last spin, signalling a pause until the next iteration of the beloved party series.

Page 2 shares more highlights.

<strong id="strong-e56f36e570cb08a869bd86d9d104aac0"><strong id="strong-75fb3182f066de0088f5caec4cb168a8">2-Piece Crochet </strong></strong>– Singer Kadejah "Annaleax" Anderson was 'gorge' in a fab two-piece crochet ensemble. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-a3180ceec21b6308c41f901554d79499">Cheers!</strong> – Final-year medical students Jade McIntosh (left) and Keithryl Miller raised mimosa toasts to Zimi Seh Brunch. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-dc8e6668138972cea7cdd2a3339b7320">#ZimiSehBrunch</strong> – Event organisers Jason Black (left) and Shea Stewart were on hand to ensure that Zimi Seh Brunch 2023 would be a memorable one. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-e3b5bc5f7b4d0ce58f8ede3f0b848ff9">Keepin' It Cool</strong> – Waitresses Tashiann (left) and Tina Grant cooled things down with their must-have fete essentials: Mini fans. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-18c703b264ad6a948e0d87fa6c5adb83">Triple The Fun</strong> – Amala Evans (centre), engineering intern, was flanked by her posse Aaleyah Clarke (left), marketer, and Tené Chong, auditor. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-bce4a2239ad91e74438f9d70b50bb08d">A Thumbs Up</strong>...... was given by Deejay Insaneo to the Page 2 lensman.(Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-73a7b2aa52c7dd66b891963fffd57645">'Hat' Girl Tings</strong> – Nurse Annette Davis understood the 'cool girl' assignment when she paired her wide-brimmed straw hat with a sheer Savage x Fenty number. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-a784c54624e442a31f261fb1eed2b102">Leg Up!</strong> – Educator Ikeda Stewart added wedges to give her Shein look a kick. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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