Not so long ago, Kenyan socialite and heiress to the Koroche breweries shared a video on her Instagram stories showing off a baby bump. Unless she had worn something on her belly just to pull netizens' strings, almost everyone could tell it was a baby bump. See a screenshot from the video below:However, the Kenyan beauty has recently been sharing photos and videos of her but there is nothing like a baby bump. She has the tiniest waist ever and it's like she has never gotten pregnant. Previously, I thought she was playing us by posting photos and videos which she recorded some time back. Did you also think so? If yes, it seems like we are both wrong. Here are some of her recent photos:
This, therefore, makes me wonder what could have happened. Did the socialite's self-shown baby bump mysteriously disappear? Was she wearing something just to see how people would react? Did she record another person's bump just to see people's reactions? The last question however seems to have no probability of being true since the fingers are undoubtedly her.
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