In a world with billions of people, different people are gifted with different gifts and talents. Some have used their talents to become the greatest people in the world. From football to singing, talent has always had a way to express itself.Kenyan 'photoshop' girl Catherine Jepkemboi famously known as Minicheps has been using her extreme photoshop talent, to express her art. Minicheps attracted a massive following and support from people all over the world, after her art was recognised.Minicheps still leaves people in awe, because her photoshop talent have never been seen in this world. Through her amazing art, Minicheps has been able to land brand deals from various campanies.Minutes ago, Minicheps took to her facebook account and posted another photoshop picture with the caption "The bread of life is risen to give me life. Happy Y-EASTer guys". Part of Minicheps caption read.People were amazed by her skills and below are different reactions.
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