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Cast as the head of a music label, the 'Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)' hitmaker posts a picture of him and the ABC musical show's stars on the set.
The singer has received both criticisms and supports from his Twitter followers after posting a half-naked photo of himself.
Two publicists, who were due to fly in to New York, said the flight agent told them, 'Political celebrities are treated differently' in the company.
'We made decisions that enabled us to provide emergency assistance in the midst of chaos and we stand by those decisions,' says Jean in response to an article about Yele Haiti's questionable spending.
Pras has opened up about the bitter feud over Haitian politics which nearly wrecked his friendship with Wyclef Jean, conceding his pal felt 'betrayed' by his lack of support.
The Fugees star, who has previously been shot while campaigning for Michel Martelly, shares the result of Haiti president election on his Twitter.
Performing for the first time since the incident, the former Fugees star delivers a freestyle rap at Haze Nightclub in Las Vegas with a Haitian flag wrapped around his wounded hand.
He denies rumors which allege him fabricating the shooting incident in Haiti during Sunday's presidential election, saying the rumors have been sparked purposely to make public disbelieve him.
The rapper, who got shot during his travel in Haiti, says he doesn't know about who has opened fire on him, saying 'I have no idea who fired the rounds or whether they were shooting at me'.
Representative for the 'Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)' rapper said that he is 'undeterred' to continue his 'commitment' to his native Haiti although he has been shot in the hand in the country.
With a bandaged hand, the ex-member of The Fugees casted his ballot and voted at the Haitian Presidential election on March 20.
'We're fine. We kissed and made up...', Jean has opened up his public spat with Penn and confirmed that they are friends again after quarreling over aid effort in Haiti.
In a bid to promote aid efforts in Haiti, Wyclef Jean and Sean Penn decide to end their beef which started last year.
'We want them to know that they're not alone. We're in this struggle too and we're gonna fight with them so that they get their freedom,' he said.
'You're going to have egos and differences but at the end of the day I love them both very much,' Jean said in reference to Pras Michael and Lauryn Hill.