Entertainment Celebrity DJ Jade Rasif celebrates New Year's Eve at Marina Bay Sands?

DJ Jade Rasif celebrates New Year’s Eve at Marina Bay Sands?

“My country cancelled New Year’s fireworks thanks to omicron but it’s cool I still have my overlays.” — DJ Jade Rasif

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Singapore — If there’s one thing I’d have to admit I’m guilty of is that I’m envious of DJ Jade Rasif’s Instagram feed. Almost every one of her posts usually features the gorgeous mother-of-one in stylish outfits posing in stunning locations.

However, in her latest Facebook post, she used an overlay image in the background to work as her New Year celebration location since the pandemic limited her travels.

“My country cancelled New Year’s fireworks thanks to omicron but it’s cool I still have my overlays,” she wrote.

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Wearing a sexy blue number and clutching a YSL handbag, Jade is seen standing against a railing with Marina Bay Sands in the background. The skyline is filled with fireworks in the beautiful shot.

In the comments, netizens showered Jade with praise. User @cynderellasg said: “Babe you are the fireworks! No need overlays.”

Photo: Instagram screengrab/djjaderasif

Many others wished the DJ a happy new year.

During December, Jade showed off her recent travels on social media. On Christmas day, Jade uploaded a shot of herself with her back facing the camera. She is seen wearing Mickey Mouse ears as she faces Disneyland. “MERRY CHRISTMAS… from the second happiest place on earth ❤️❤️❤️” she wrote in the caption.

Photo: Instagram screengrab/djjaderasif

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A day later, Jade is seen photographed in a car, wearing a silver dress. In the car, there is a matching Chanel bag with matching earrings. There is a humongous bouquet of pink roses occupying the passenger seat. Jade captioned the photo with: “Alright it’s Boxing Day… who wants to fight ?”

Photo: Instagram screengrab/djjaderasif

One thing is for sure, overlay or not, you can always depend on Jade to deliver one of the hottest content on social media. /TISG

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