Over the weekend, Hamisa and the Congolese singer made headlines at his concert after they got cosy on stage. A video of them dancing went viral and got shared on all social media platforms. In the video, Hamisa walked onto the stage while Fally was performing, and she started throwing money at him.
The singer was mesmerized by her beauty and appearance as she strutted around the stage wearing a white body-con dress that perfectly outlined her tiny waist and huge curves. The singer asked Hamisa to dance with him instead of giving him money. The video created mixed reactions online, and; it seems like Hamisa was displeased by the criticism she got over it.
In a post that she recently shared on her Insta-stories, Hamisa asked netizens what she had done to make them so angry at her following the hate she is getting online. She further disclosed that their dislike for her is getting weird by the day.
‘Kwanini baadhi yenu mna makasiriko sana? Kwani nimewafanya nini. It’s weird ATP’ Hamisa wrote
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