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  • proper n. A female given name, possibly a variant of Kezia.


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  • I called Keisha as soon as I got home and asked her what had happened.

    Tears of a Tiger

  • Jade obviously learnt nothing from what happened on Twitter when she called Keisha a liar & quite frankly should shut her trap.


  • But when he didn’t hear anything more after an hour, he called Keisha back.

    Forged By Fire

  • So if her man said he was going to stay home also and reorganize the T-shirt drawer, would homegirl still call Keisha?

    Your Girlfriends Only Know So Much

  • I think I am going to call Keisha and see what she is up to.

    Your Girlfriends Only Know So Much

  • Lechea Crawford, known as Keisha, also worked as a debt collector. RSS

  • "Keisha, " that's me, the tree all over thorns and no fruit worth anybody's effort.


  • As part of an agreement with prosecutors, Gonzalez-Perez pleaded guilty Jan. 26 to first-degree vehicular homicide, DUI and hit-and-run in the June death of 19-year-old Nayasheika "Keisha" Cooper, who was hit from behind while she walked with her 3-year-old son.

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  • Hours later the bloodied bodies of Nekecia Rouse and her sister-in-law, Alexis 'Keisha'

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  • Nayasheika "Keisha" Cooper, who was 19, died after being hit from behind in the June 14, 2008, accident.



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