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'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.
When he sat next to his former The Fugees bandmate on a plane to Haiti, Jean could not do anything but making peace with Pras.
The charity's deficit creeped up to nearly $600,000 last year and the organization's vice president reportedly gets higher salary than the charity's president.
A number of artists are determined to bring a holiday cheer to the country which was devastated by the earthquake in January.
The former The Fugees star wants to give his Haiti Presidential run another shot by signing for office again in five years' time.
After admitted to hospital on Sunday, September 26, the former 'Fugees' star is currently at his 'home recuperating' and is expected to 'back to work in about a week.'
The former Fugees star has decided to end his bid for presidency of Haiti and is now focusing on his music career.
The Manic Street Preachers bassist is not cynical about Jean's presidential bid in Haiti, saying 'I thought it showed an unbelievable amount of bravery for him to even try that.'
Jean counters the actor, who recently voiced his concern over the former Fugees star's Haitian Presidential run, singing 'He ain't see me in Haiti because he was too busy sniffing cocaine.'
After her mother Sharon Osbourne reveals she will take legal action against In Touch magazine over a negative article about her kids, Kelly hints on her Twitter page that she plans her own suit also.
The 'Sex and the City' star is reportedly in talks to play alongside Bernadette Peters in the Kennedy Center production of the show.
In a statement, published by The Huffington Post, the actor claims, 'These elections are crucial, and I have no part in them. Neither should Mr. Jean.'