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Mmph. .~*

In the  mist of chatting with one of my good friends the other afternoon. .I was checking out Essence.com By now everyone knows I love "Bridal Bliss" and "Just Engaged". I'm a sucker for reading the love stories and of course my FAV part. .the Photos!!

But oooooooooh did Essence have a SURPRISE for that day ;")
I just so happened to check out the "Eye Candy" section. .which I rarely do. .and BayBAE!! Glory!!

There was a feature on one of THEE most beautiful man walking this EARTH!!
And for some odd reason this guy has been on my mind for the past few days. .I just couldn't remember his name. .but now I will NEVER forget it. .Jason Newsome!!


Ladies you probably remember him from TVOne's "Ultimate Merger" (2nd Season) with Tocarra the FABuolous plus size model from America's Next Top Model. Anywhoo. .Jason was the winner for that season. The relationship (if you want to call it that) between the two was very brief and to my knowledge. .he's currently SINGLE!! Hey Jason ;") LoL!!

This southern gentleman from Columbia, Mississippi is truly a triple threat (stated by Essence) an Actor, Producer, Model, and an active member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (Shout Out to the Sigmas!! I am a former Miss Phi Beta Sigma. .Whoop!!) Oh!! Let me not forget that he served in the U.S. Army. .Woooo. .nothing like a man that loves his country. (It takes true heart to do that) Can we say Total PACKAGE?

Here is my favorite quote from the feature:

On being a Chef for his special lady. .
“I’m from Mississippi,” says Newsome. “I do my thing in the kitchen. For my dream girl, I would make her whatever her dream dish. I can make anything! When I cook, everybody enjoys it. Whatever it is. I grill a lot, too.”

See. .Mmph. .I LOVE to eat. .I wonder can he bake too ;")
Here are a few FAV photos. .





Yes LAWD!!
Enjoy~*
@TNBeautyQueen
@TheeSophistiKat


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