Kenesha Antoine Bio, Wiki
Kenesha Antoine is a mid-aged woman from ‘Baton Rouge’, a city on the Mississippi River, Louisiana, US. On Friday, September 20th, she posted about the death of her boyfriend Steven Weber Jr. on her Facebook page after he drowned while proposing to her. Weber, died while trying to pull off an underwater marriage proposal at a beach in Tanzania while the Baton Rouge-area couple was vacationing in Tanzania.
According to her Facebook, Kenesha Antoine Completed her Law degree of Juris Doctorate in Law from Southern University Law Center Louisiana.
Kenesha Antoine Career
Kenesha Antoine is working in an organization (The Bluest Ink, LLC), a full-service notary and law firm offering advanced notary, DMV, and low-cost legal services. The company also offers mobile notary services in the Baton Rouge area.Kenesha
Kenesha Antoine Boyfriend (Steven Weber Jr.)
Kenesha Antoine boyfriend, Steven Weber Jr. was 39-year-oldas at the time of his death. The couples dream vacation turned into the stuff of nightmares when he died while proposing to his girlfriend underwater.
According to his Facebook. Weber Studied Physics at Baton Rouge Community College. He worked for St. Christopher’s Addiction Wellness Center as from February 2018 and Baton Rouge, LouisianaBilly Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts Plantscaping as a Warehouse Associate/Driver.
Kenesha Antoine announced the devastating news on Facebook that her boyfriend, Steven Weber Jr., drowned while he asked her to marry him. In the Facebook post, she shared a video she took of Weber swimming underwater with a note in a ziplocked bag.
In the video, Weber swims up to the bedroom window with a plastic-wrapped note and a ring box.
“I can’t hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you,” the note read. “BUT . . . everything I love about you I love more EVERY DAY!. Will you please be my WIFE? Marry me??”
Antoine can be heard laughing with excitement in the background. Wearing a snorkeling mask and fins, Weber Jr. is seen swimming back up to the surface, but he never made it to the top, Antoine said.
“You never emerged from those depths, so you never got to hear my answer, ‘Yes! Yes! A million times, yes, I will marry you!!’” Antoine wrote in the heart-wrenching social media post. “We never got to embrace and celebrate the beginning of the rest of our lives together, as the best day of our lives turned into the worst, in the cruelest.
A U.S. State Department official said on Friday, September 20th that the department ‘is aware of reports of the death of a U.S. citizen in Tanzania,’ according to The Advocate. The official said: ‘We offer our sincerest condolences to the family on their loss. We stand ready to provide all appropriate consular assistance.’