News: Sean Kingston Spotted Bandaged Up, Celebrating "Welcome Home" Party W/ Soulja Boy
Thursday, Jul 7, 2011 10:09AM
Singer Sean Kingston is slowly making a full recovery following a near fatal jet ski crash last May as seen in a new photo of him at his "Welcome Home" party alongside rapper Soulja Boy Tell Em.
The new photo reportedly stems from their Independence Day party together.
Sean Kingston showed off the remnants of his injuries from his near-fatal jet skiing accident. In the photo obtained by TMZ, Sean -- left arm and hand bandaged -- is seen with Soulja Boy at a 4th of July/welcome home party he threw for himself at his Miami mansion. Sean's friends tell us -- about 100 people showed up at the party, and ALL guests were warned: "NO JET SKIING!" Even though personal water crafts were banned, it was still fun -- jerk chicken, booze, and a stripper who, sadly, didn't strip. (TMZ)
On July 4th, Kingston hinted at the celebration through his Twitter page.
"Time to get stuff ready for this BBQ today... its going down at the kingston mansion if u in miami hit @jbarsodmg for details lmao," he tweeted.
"my brother @souljaboy in the building 2.... aww man its going down at the bbq today swag me out!!!!!..." (Sean Kingston's Twitter)
Following the publicized May crash, artists like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and Soulja Boy Tell Em all displayed their support.
"praying for my brother @seankingston I hope he makes a full recovery... smh it's always something :(," he tweeted May 30th. (Soulja Boy Tell Em's Twitter)
Details of the crash landed online early May 30th.
Rapper Sean Kingston is in a Miami area hospital Sunday night after crashing into a bridge while riding a watercraft, officials said. The crash happened around 6 p.m. EST when Kingston drove his jet ski into a bridge connecting Palm Island to the MacArthur Causeway. Kingston and a female passenger were rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital. Reports say he may be in critical condition. (Chicago Tribune)
Check out some past Sean Kingston footage down below: