"Pesa Sio Kila Kitu", Wedding Pictures Of People That Have Proven That Love Is Real & Exists
By pmeja | self meida writer
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When controversial gospel singer Willy Paul alias Willy Poze said that 'pesa sio kila kitu" in one of his top hit song, music lovers were left entertained
The Kenyan singer featured Bongo Flavor's Harmonize of Konde Music Worldwide records in a song dubbed "Pilipili", in which he narrated how love is never built around money.
Poze left music lover with a word that said: "Money is not everything".
In a real-world situation, true love exists, and it is never built around money. There are so many cases of people who fell in love when they had no money, just to prove that it is not always about the depth of the pocket.
More so, others have walked down the aisle with people considered not appealing in terms of their looks and you name them.
The best example is Grand P, besides being a person with a disability in terms of his body size, God blessed him with a beautiful curvy lady. Sources have it that they are planning to wed.
Below are some photos showing true love still exists in the world.
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