5 young women who were went to celebrate their friend's birthday, stopped in a filling station while John Vuli gate was playing on the car (Avandza) they went viral in when they posted that video when social media people started attacking them because of the vehicle they were using they described them as poor but that was just rude and little they new was that they were making them famous.
They got spotted by famous by well known people and got invited in to big events, but after a year of their fame they are no were to be found. No one heard from them.
Again on Twitter some are sharing their thoughts that this girls are at school now because they were young at that time.
Some assume that their fame lasted for two seconds and it is gone because the stoko girls people haven't heard from them or seen them on TV after they had been invited by the TV show called manzi insider and they showed less energy when they performed for the whole world to see.
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