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Popular couple, Tami Chynn and Wayne Marshall, will be tying the knot this weekend in a private ceremony.
Efforts to get information from persons participating in the wedding proved futile as they refused to disclose anything as requested by the couple.
“We have been told to keep it quiet,” one source said. He was only willing to admit that the wedding would take place this weekend.
When asked about the marriage on Monday, Marshall did not deny it, he only laughed and asked to call him the following day as he was unable to speak at the time. When he was called yesterday, he said the timing was still bad.
Sharon Burke, Marshall’s manager and Chynn’s booking agent, was also unwilling to disclose any information about the wedding, as she made a promise to the couple to keep it a secret.
In an interview earlier this year on May 1, under the headline ‘Tami Chynn wants out – Universal deal in shambles’, the female singer had spoken openly about their affair.
She had admitted; “Yes Wayne (Marshall) and I are in a relationship. It has been for a long time now and we’re not trying to hide from it.”
Previously the couple had mostly kept their relationship under wraps from the public eye.
getting married this year, Chynn had said no. She however, said that Marshall was someone she would absolutely consider tying the knot with.
Wayne Marshall is known for hits such as I Forgot Them, Marshall In Town and Me By Myself. More recently, he released the video for Good Love, in which Chynn played the role of his companion.
Chynn while enjoying local success for sometime, gained international attention when she teamed up with international artiste Akon and producing partner RedOne in early 2007, releasing Frozen, which enjoyed time on Billboard’s Dance Music Club list.
She also signed on to Pepsi’s ‘Kung Fu Pepsi’ campaign, working alongside Akon and going on tour with seminal boy band New Kidz on the Block. However, this year she parted ways with major international label Universal Motown Records, with which she signed a four-album deal in 2005.
Via Jamaica Star