"We Are sorry" Fans apologize to Corazon Kwamboka after she squabbles in a post
By MpaulM | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Corazon Kwamboka is a Kenyan socialite who is quite popular on the internet. Every now and then, she updates her social media pages with pictures and videos, something which has earned her a large number of followers.
Due to her publicity, alot has been written about her on the internet and people seem to be trolling on her life.
It seems someone has taken note of her in a wrong way and probably judged her, something which has made her fire back in a post on her instagram account.
Posting a picture of herself, Corazon wrote,"Take me or leave me, I'll never be perfect but trust me; I'm worth it.
See her picture and post below as obtained from her instagram page.
It is not clear what happened or who crossed paths with the Kenyan beauty but judging from her caption, she sounded bitter over something.
Her followers were quick to respond with some telling her she is worth it while others apologized for what may have happened.
See their responses.
True to Corazon's words, no one is perfect and even the Bible admits this. (Romans 3:10)
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