A 22-YEAR-OLD BRITISH MODEL CLAIMS USAIN BOLT BEGGED HER FOR SEXY PICTURES FEW DAYS BEFORE KASI GAVE BIRTH TO THEIR FIRST BABY

May 26, 2020 4:40 PM

The 22-year-old British model Shari Halliday claims she and Bolt exchanged texts after meeting last year. The model also claimed she didn’t know Bolt has a partner that was expecting.

Recently Bolt posted the picture below about his girlfriend Kasi Bennett’s pregnancy on social media.

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The British model says Usain Bolt sent her flirtatious texts a few days before his girlfriend gave birth to their first child. She told the Sun that the Olympic sprint champion called her “sexy” and “baby” as they spoke last summer.

Although she claimed to have had several conversations, the glamorous girl insists that Bolt never mentioned his partner Cassie Bennett and that she only discovered his daughter’s birth on Sunday when the Prime Minister of Jamaica announced it.

The couple said they were expecting a baby in January, while the world’s fastest man posted a photo of his girlfriend running on the beach. After a month, Bolt shared a Valentine’s Day message and a photo of the couple having dinner on a sofa with trays.

Halliday said she wasn’t aware of the social media posts; she said she had contacted Bolt during the lockdown because she had thought of him at the time, saying that he asked for photos.

She said she sent two snaps of her underwear, to which he replied, “You are hot, I swear. I love it.’

A 22-YEAR-OLD BRITISH MODEL CLAIM USAIN BOLT BEGGED HER FOR SEXY PICTURES FEW DAYS BEFORE HIS LONG TERM GIRLFRIEND GAVE BIRTH TO THEIR FIRST BABY

Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced the birth of a girl last week with a tweet: ” Congratulations to our sprint legend Usain Bolt and Kasi Bennett for the arrival of their baby girl. “.

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The baby’s name and other details have not been released. But the tweet was a long-awaited sequel to the star’s Instagram video in March that confirmed that Bennett was expecting a girl.

Bolt, the only athlete to win gold in the 100 and 200 meters in three consecutive Olympic Games in 2008, 2012 and 2016, has a reputation as the best sprinter of all time. Eleven-time world champion Bolt retired after the 2017 World Championship in London, where he suffered a hamstring injury in the last race of his career.

The Jamaican runner earlier stated that he will not push his children to follow in his footsteps “It will be difficult for my son. If you want to do that, that’s fine with me. But, at the start, I would say that you are not doing this because I know the pressure that is going to come from it, “he said earlier this year.

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