Grammy winning artist visits Selma on MLK Holiday
One of the world’s greatest entertainers visited Selma on Monday for Martin Luther King holiday.
Usher Raymond IV, known to his fans worldwide as Usher, took a picture at the front of the Edmund Pettus Bridge shortly after noon Monday.
Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson said he’s not surprised to see stars like Usher visit the Queen City.
“A great entertainer, everybody comes to Selma at least once in their lifetime,” Jackson said.
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