Shamealle; California’s Finest

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Our Model Of The Day

Where She’s From:
Beautiful Libra, Shamealle Bostic was born and raised in Menlo Park, CA. “One of the most important things I’ve learned is that life is what you make of it,” she tells The Black Star News. “You can’t blame anyone else for not being successful.”

Where She’s At:
The lovely model graduated from San Jose State University with a BA in Psychology. “I’m now focusing on my modeling career and striving to make things happen,” she adds.

“I am so proud that I received my degree. It was a rough journey, but I survived. I’m also proud that I took the initiative to pursue modeling. I’m very shy and humble, but modeling brings a different side out of me.”

“Beauty alone can only get you so far and that won’t last,” she continues. “With brainpower and beauty you’re unstoppable.”

Shamealle’s Words Of Wisdom:
“Let it never be a time in your life when you look back and say, ‘I wish I had done this or that.’ Life is what you make of it. Put God first and anything is possible.”
Shamealle’s Secrets Of Success: “Put God first and set your priorities in order. Lend a helping hand to those in need. Don’t be selfish.”
Shamealle’s Favorite Three Movies: “Five Heartbeats, Two Can Play that Game, and Coming to America.”
Three Leaders That Have Most Inspired Shamealle: “Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Oprah Winfrey.”
The First Three Things Shamealle Would Do As President: “Help the poor in our country; improve the school system and pay teachers more; and, stay out of other countries’ affairs.”
Shamealle’s Favorite Quote: "A woman's heart should be so hidden in Christ that a man should have to seek him first to find her"

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