The long time bongo movie friends; Hamisa Mobetto and Frida Kajala have decided to amend their differences that had Started when Hamisa took Paula to a party and ended up with the WCB Superstar, Rayvanny.
Kajala had sued Hamisa for allegedly lurering her daugter into drinking alcohol before she connected her with Rayvanny whom ended up taking photos and dirty videos with her. However Kajala's allegations turned out not to be true since the court dismissed the case asking Her to pay a fine.
This incidence made Hamisa and Kajala to develop a sudden enemity between them to an extent that that they decided to unfollow each other on their official Instagram accounts.
But after 3 weeks of enemity, their differences are no more and they have decided to follow each other on instagram just like they did before.
These are indeed good news especially to the bongo movie fans who follows them as their favourite actors.
Paula Kajala is still a young school girl and many condemned Rayvanny for involving himself with her.
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