Hamisa Mobetto is a well-known East African personality. Tanzania is the home of this lovely young lady. She is a mother of two children, an artist, musician, model, entrepreneur, businesswoman, and brand ambassador.
Alikiba gave a live performance at a concert in Tanzania yesterday, where he performed some of his latest bops and songs off his new album "only one king." Artists he collaborated with on his recent album, ate Barnaba Classic, Fally Ipupa, and Alikiba himself were among those performing at his show.
As she entered the concert, Hamisa was all voluptuous and nestled in a lovely white mini dress that stole her figure. She was stunning and resembled an hourglass. The ensemble was completed with white silver shoes and a purse shaped like a stack of cash.
During the performance, the Tanzanian singer also had the opportunity to appear on stage and dance alongside Fally Ipupa. Because she was dressed so well, the crowd couldn't get enough of her. Her outfits were created by Mobetto Styles, which is her own fashion business.
Take a look at some of her images in her killer ensemble.
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