Yellowman’s Daughter Ties The Knot, Dad Beams With Pride

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King Yellowman and daughter Kareema

Veteran Dancehall entertainer King Yellowman described the feeling of walking his daughter, Kareema Foster, down the aisle on her wedding day as one of his proudest moments.

Yellowman made the revelation on Instagram where he shared photos from his daughter’s wedding which was held over the weekend.

“This is the proudest moment in my life. To walk my daughter down the isle, Congrats to you and my son in law. Love you both,” said King Yellowman on Instagram.

The iconic deejay also gave the first toast, lauding the couple on their union, encouraging them to remain committed to love.

Following in her father’s musical footsteps, Kareema Foster, now Mrs. Johnson, who is also an artist under the name K’reema, showed off her talent, singing a special tune for her newly minted husband at the wedding reception.

The groom, Omar Johnson, is an American marketing executive who has worked with Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup, Nike, and Coca-Cola. He is also the former CMO at Beats by Dre and former VP Marketing at Apple.

K’reema thanked all the well-wishers on her Instagram page with a heartfelt message: “We are truly thankful to everyone who was able to attend. And to everyone who watched via fb live. Love is truly in the air.”

While King Yellowman is known for his lyrical strength on stage, he is also a family man at heart, having been married since 1986 to his wife,Rosie, whom he shares three children with: Kamar, Kemo and Kareema.

In 2019, Kareema told The Jamaica Gleaner that her father was a devoted family man, who was very active in the home.

“Daddy did a very good job maintaining the balance between the streets and home. He was very present, making sure he was there to pick me up from school and to help with homework,” Kareema told the local publication.

In 2016, the daddy-daughter duo collaborated for Father’s Love single which was released on Father’s Day and celebrated fatherhood and paternal bonds.