Tout joune, cheri kijanw ye, epi ou connin, cheri ou met bipew...

Boniface Zebo - July 12 2013, 4:38 AM

tout joune, cheri kijanw ye, epi ou connin, cheri ou met bipew m, relem, ou pa dim anyen, manvi tandew: the most gimick haitian of my country, j'aime le tripotay ou plus connu "zin"

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