Nou mele, kenbe la Fonkoze.Haiti mele vre Bondye. Bon se ou...

Cenat - July 21 2012, 1:16 AM

Nou mele, kenbe la Fonkoze .Haiti mele vre Bondye.

Bon se ou fonkoze nou te kwe epi kounyea se sa kap rive.

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