Gen yon paket Haitian, let yo desan Haiti fe manti sou sa yap...

Gabriel - March 14 2014, 7:36 PM

Gen yon paket Haitian, let yo desan Haiti fe manti sou sa yap fe etazini.

Yal ouve ko yo sou moun. Se sak li te gen dwa pat vle moun konnen.

Depi se clean money wap fe, there's no need to be ashamed.

Si vle gen yon pi Bon tit. Tounen lekol.

Gade Kote misye al tonbe.

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