Justine Skye

2014 Soul Train Music Awards - Arrivals

Birth Name: Justine Indira Skyers

Place of Birth: Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: August 24, 1995

Ethnicity: African-Jamaican, one quarter Indian

Justine Skye is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and model. She has been described as having Jamaican roots. She has also stated that she faced abuse when she was younger:

…When I was younger I got bullied. People made fun of me because I was really dark and really tall.

She has also mentioned that her grandmother is Indian.

Justine’s maternal grandfather is N. Nick Perry (Noah Nicholas Perry, the son of Reynold Perry and Elvie). Nick, a politician, was born in Saint Andrew Parish, Jamaica.

Justine’s maternal grandmother is named Joyce.

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6 Responses

  1. bablah says:

    Her grandfather is the son of Reynold Perry and Elvie.

    Elvie’s death record:
    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVST-V8JT

  2. midori29 says:

    She does not look like the typical “dougla” part Indians (grandma or mom,dad) in the Carribean to me it looks if she is any Indian that Indian was ALOT further back than a full Indian grandmother, like 100 years ago. Looks basically just black majority or just African to me. Not saying she is lying but I would never see it if she did not mention it. And anyone can get a weave.
    I have not heard of too many black actresses who dont say they are mixed, with any little thing. I guess people just cant be black.
    The typical dougla look

  3. bablah says:

    Her maternal grandfather is Noah Nicholas Perry
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N._Nick_Perry
    Her maternal grandmother is Joyce.

  4. wanderer says:

    CORRECTION
    She also has Indian grandmother
    http://www.talkingtexture.com/justine-skye/

  5. fuzzybear44 says:

    She got made fun of for being dark, in Brooklyn? .Anyhow she seems to have grown up nicely

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