"Foto Moto" Silprosa's Photo Elicits Reaction On Social Media
By Sophy795 | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
Sandra Anyango Dacha is popularly known by the name Silprosa from the local maisha magic show Aunty Boss. According to her, life was not really good before she started featuring in the show. Many people loves her because of her character trait during the show.
On her instagram account, she posted a photo of her in a red dress that wowed the internet. She is one person who is comfortable and always proud of her body despite what people talk about. Have a look at her lovely photo.
Netizens applauded her great look in the elegant dress. Others also made hilarious comments concerning her friend "akukudanger". They wondered why she had not tagged him along in the picture. Check out on their reactions on social media.
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