Is This Love Or What? Mzansi In Shock After Seeing What This Lady Wore
By Sword_Saint | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 5904 views
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Love can indeed drive one crazy. Genuine love can indeed make you to go on to an extreme level in doing things. With just a millisecond look at this picture, you can safely assume this lady is an Orlando Pirates fan. If loving Orlando Pirates was a person, she would be the one.
The lady was spotted wearing a tight fitting cloth that brought her whole shape out. However it's not only her shape that Mzansi that struck Mzansi but the cloth she wore. Her cloth had a full realistic looking skeleton drawn on it. She also had her two hands crossed over the other. The Buccaneer sign. To cap it all, the car beside her which could most probably be hers also had the Buccaneers sign on it.
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