A lady identified as Liz Jackson surprised many when she came and declared her love for the talented young musician Trio Mio claiming that she has a crush on him. Talking to popular YouTuber Eve Mungai, Liz revealed that she is a 22-year-old college student and an aspiring artist who currently lives in Westlands. "I first saw Trio on a freestyle video of popular hit song cheza kama wewe last year shortly after Corona hit and I immediately had a crush on him after which stalked him on social media and that when I knew his name," a jubilant Liz expressed how she got to know him.[Photo courtesy]
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.[Photo courtesy]
Liz 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 confident young lady also revealed that she does not mind appearing on his videos as a vixen without expecting any compensation. We wish Liz all the best as she looks forward to meeting her crush in person and making her feelings known.[Photo courtesy]
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