Creating a serious joke to the Kenyan mothers should be added in the film 1000 ways to die because of the ways they react to such kind of jokes.
Nasra Yusuff found herself in trouble after trying to prank her mother that she was pregnant. In her short videos that she posted on her Facebook and Instagram pages, the comedian is seen sitting next to her mom while talking.
She told her mom that there is something she would love to tell her mom that it's very important and asked her mom not to judge her harshly.
The mom promised not to overreact in case she told her something good, it is in that process that Nasra while being humble told her mom "Now, mom am pregnant,"
The mom's temper rose so high and quickly that led to hitting her daughter on the face with an open palm leaving her to languish in pain.
Her fans were left laughing due to the scenario for the fact that she was hit hard by her mom and other fans felt bad and told her it was not nice to prank her mom like that.
The two were in a studio wearing matching attires holding their hands ready to read the news report while looking at the camera.
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