Good gyal fi get things and ring says, DHQ Sher - Dancer-turn-businesswoman over the moon about engagement
Having been in a steady relationship for more than a year, DHQ Sher knew something was different this time around.
Still, she wasn't expecting to be swept off her feet.
As the world celebrated Valentine's Day, the dancehall queen-turn-businesswoman received the best gift a woman could ask for on such a special day. Her boyfriend popped the question, making her wife-to-be.
In an interview with THE STAR, the newly minted fiancee says she is looking forward to being a Mrs.
"I wasn't surprised at all (about the proposal) because good p***y fi get things and ring," she said. "I am excited to see what this new venture has in store for me."
Telling THE STAR that she had somewhat lost hope that true love still exists, the popular personality said her husband-to-be is everything she could ask for, and then some.
"I still can't believe this is real. Honestly, I gave up on love a long time ago, but my fiance loves me for me," she said.
Having made the announcement on her official Instagram page, Sher, who owns and operates a hair salon, said she is overwhelmed at how happy people are for her.
"I think everybody is excited, and the congratulations have been beyond my expectations. But I think that's also because everybody is excited to actually see who my husband is," she said. But while she was quick to share the news of her engagement, Sher says she will not be revealing who her man is anytime soon.
Well aware of how vicious the social media space can get, the entertainer says she wants to revel in the moment and enjoy the bliss a little while longer before broadcasting the lucky man. One thing she wants her followers to know, however, is that her fiance supports her wholeheartedly.
When THE STAR asked her if she would be making any lifestyle adjustments now that she will become a wife, the entertainer said there was no need for that.
"As I said, my fiance loves me for who I am, so he's behind me in any and everything I do," she said.