Liz Jackson declared how he loves Kenyan upcoming musician trio mio which surprised many kenyans.She lives in Westlands and she isan upcoming musician.The 22 year old said age is just a number and confessed her love for trio mio.The lady said she first had her crush for trio mio when she watched the cheza kama wewe hit song.During the interview, the age difference subject cropped up after it became clear that Liz was 6 years older than Trio Mio who is currently a form two student but Liz was confident what age is just a number. Asked what she loves most about Trio, she revealed that he is a hardworking and handsome young man with a soothing voice that she really likes him.She went ahead to reveal that she is considering having a tattoo of his name drawn on her arm as proof that she loves him. The pretty young lady also revealed that she does not mind appearing on his videos as a vixen without expecting any compensation. We all wish the lady all the best as she looks forward to meeting trio mio in person and declare her love to the singer.
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