Why Would You Be Bothered By My Fat? Silprosa Of Aunty Boss Says After Sharing This Photos
By Sophy795 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1508 views
Sandra Dacha Anyango is popularly known by the name Silprosa from the famous maisha magic local TV show aunty boss. She is one of the most loved characters in the show. What most people like about her is the high self esteem that she has.
Today on her instagram account, she shared a clip of herself in gym outfits and what most of her fans liked is the caption. She was asking why people are always bothered with her body size as if she had snatched some fat from them. Click on the link below to view the video which she shared.
Netizens reacted to this post as most of them conquered with her statement. People should stop body shaming others and concentrate on their own activities. Check out on the reactions made on social media.
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