Willis Raburu popularly known as Bazuu has set the internet on fire for the another time. This is after he shared this tbt photo of him that Kenyans can't keep talking about it on different social media platforms.
According to the post that the media personality shared through his Instagram account, Raburu was thanking God for where he has comes from as far as his life is concern. "Tumalize siku kwa kumshukuru mungu kwa we have come from far!" Captioned Raburu.
Now this tbt photo of Willis Raburu has gone viral on different social media platforms, and it's sparking a lot of reactions currently from Kenyans.
Many are out to tell Willis some funny things concerning the photo while, others are telling him to keep thanking his God for the far at the same time.
Anyway what do you think also concerning this tbt photo of Willis Raburu that has caught the attention of netizens on different social media platforms!?
Share your thoughts as you share this news to you friends. Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans concerning Willis tbt photo:
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