Sean Kingston Breaks the Silence About His Near Fatal Jet Ski Accident in ‘MTV First: Sean Kingston’ Tuesday, August 2
via press release:
Sean Kingston Breaks the Silence About His Near Fatal Jet Ski Accident, Recovery and Comeback During
“MTV First: Sean Kingston” Tuesday, August 2 at 7:58pm ET on MTV and MTV.com
Kingston’s First Interview Since Jet Ski Accident in May
Answers Fan Questions LIVE
New York, NY (August 01, 2011) – MTV today announced that Sean Kingston will exclusively sit down with MTV News’ Sway Calloway on Tuesday, August 2 at 7:58pm ET during “MTV First: Sean Kingston” where for the first time he will discuss his near fatal Jet Ski accident, the subsequent recovery, and how he’s gearing up to return to the stage and the recording studio.
The interview will begin at 7:58pm ET on MTV and then continue for thirty minutes on MTV.com. Fans can get in on the action and submit questions beginning today through MTV.com or via Twitter (using @MTVNews / hash-tag #AskSean).
For the first time, Kingston will set the record straight about what caused the accident, discuss the extent of his injuries and detail his various medical procedures. In addition, he’ll reveal how the accident has inspired him to live a healthier lifestyle, discuss his weight loss, and share his preparations for returning to the stage and the studio.
Kingston’s discovery includes the hit albums, “Sean Kingston” and “Tomorrow,” the #1 worldwide smash, “Beautiful Girls,” and the top 10 hits, “Take You There,” and “Fire Burning.” Kingston has worked with an eclectic mix of artists including Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Wyclef Jean, Three 6 Mafia and Good Charlotte.
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