Brothers posse te dwe la, koudyay,tokay, rev la, an se konsa...

Peterson - February 8 2014, 8:49 AM

Brothers posse te dwe la, koudyay,tokay, rev la, an se konsa martelly fe bagay yo depi ou pa fe pati tet kale ou pa ladan masisi a.

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