Man Says He Does Not Want To Be A Blesser Any More
By SOMHALEFANS | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Many people are shocked and also they are asking questions. What could have happened and also why would this man want to change all of a sudden. This was shocking and also it was revealed that he has said it himself in an interview podcast and also he has made up his mind. He is famous and also he has millions of followers on social media.
He is well known and also for him calling himself the number one international blesser. He is well known as Serge Cabonge. He is well known for being famous and also for the expensive lifestyle he shows off on social media. The life shows off and also the expensive lifestyle. He has revealed that he is retiring from being a blesser and also that he has changed.
He explained that he is tired from the drama from social media and also that he was in it for the game. He has also explained that it is time to leave others on the game and also that it is time to leave it behind.
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