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Jamaican Twitter Pays Tribute To Ian Boyne!


Monday December 18, was a sad day for many as news came of the passing of celebrated Journalist/Author/TV Host Ian Boyne. Tributes poured in and showed how loved and respected he was as he made contributions to not only Media, but his impact on the lives of everyone who has watched his work, had a conversation with him, or was even granted the opportunity to be interviewed by him on his various Programmes (Profile, Issues & Answers, Religious Hard Talk to name a few). One area where the tributes came in yesterday was from Social Media platform, Twitter. From colleagues to those who grew up on his work, they spoke on his influence on their lives, having aspirations to be interviewed on “Profile”, and even jokingly pictured him conducting “Profile” in Heaven. Check out some of the tributes below. WALK GOOD, Ian Boyne!

 BONUS

Celebrating 25 years of “Profile” (Via The Jamaica Observer)

 Interview with Usain Bolt

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2 thoughts on “Jamaican Twitter Pays Tribute To Ian Boyne!

  1. Pingback: Jamaican Twitter pays tribute to the late Ian Boyne! (Walk Good, Ian Boyne!) – WAGWAAN

  2. The Jamaican dream for many successful persons who have really struggled and have an amazing story to share would have loved to speak to Mr Boyne. Lucky for those who got to meet/ interact and got interviewed by him. But alas it won’t happen for many. sleep in peace ❤️

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