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RASTA IS SWEET, COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED WITH A SENSE OF TLC (tender loving care) AND REALITY. real Rasta don’t drink…” I’ve spent the last few weeks pondering this question and asked girlfriends I posted this same question on Facebook – and then it got interesting! They’re less conservative.” To some women, Rastas represent the exotic.
So I had to back off the scale, because she's been kind of looking [at the scale, too.]"At her heaviest, Mama June weighed 460 pounds and was determined to make a splash at her ex Mike "Sugar Bear" Thompson's wedding to his new love, Jennifer.
During the finale of the show, Mama June told cameras: ""My goal when I first started this weight loss journey was to make Sugar Bear kind of jealous. Doing all the surgeries really took a toll on me—not just physically, but emotionally."Alana has been determined to get her mother out on the dating scene since losing the weight, but based on the hit series, it seems as though June will be dipping her toe back into the singles pond ever so carefully.
Perhaps fans of Mama June will be able to watch her finally find love again?
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Just last week, the 37-year-old mother stepped out on the red carpet after keeping a relatively low profile after the success of her show.
The series documented June as she began her transformation in the hopes of slipping into a slinky, red, size four gown for the wedding in an effort to make her ex wish he had never left her side.
And while Sugar Bear praised June for her hard work, in the end, the slimmed-down celeb was finally ready to move on after her ex's wedding day.
He said “I have the answer and I know I’m right.” “These Rasta guys have a lot of time on their hands. He’s got plenty of time to show her the sights and show her around.
The conversation might not be meaningful but that’s not what either of them is after.
On Facebook, Tio commented “It’s all about perceptions of “exoticness”, which is why you have Bazungu women falling all over themselves for Masaai men, drape, spear and all.” One attraction of the Rasta is that they’re easy for us Bazungu to recognise them. Because with their shaved heads, every Ugandan man can look the same from a distance – at least when you first arrive in the country.
The Rastas stand out, they are easy to spot in the crowd.
The Muzungu lady often falls in love with the Rasta. She’ll then spend the next couple of years going backwards and forwards between Uganda and her home country trying to keep the relationship alive. There’s always a new supply coming through and any bad behaviour can be forgotten (by him at least) when she leaves the country.” As one person neatly summed up, “The thing about a Muzungu-Rasta relationship is that it is so disposable.” Jane, who has several years experience managing volunteers in Uganda, gave her opinion on why Muzungu girls like Rastas: “Rastas know where the parties are.