M'ap viv lòtbò mwen fè 2 pitit nan peyi blan...

Sherlie - April 13 2017, 12:38 PM

M'ap viv lòtbò mwen fè 2 pitit nan peyi blan, mwen pran vapè nan toulède timoun, m'rete kwè ke gen on bien ladan'n e m'fè konfians ak remèd ansyen yo

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