J'Something is initially from Portugal. His genuine name is Joao da Fonseca. He moved to Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape, South Africa when he was seven years of age.
J Something as of late took to twitter an image of his better half. He referenced on his subtitle that he is honored to have her as a spouse.
What grabbed individuals' eye was the manner by which the spouse wasn't wearing any make-up all over. The vast majority thought it was very astounding that somebody would look great without having make-up on. Some featured how they like to date ladies who are positive about their own skin.
Cordelia(her name) is a basic individual and fans love that with regards to her. With regards to her haircut, she had cornrows. Somebody really wanted to supplement Cordelia on how great her hairline was. See a greater amount of individuals' responses down beneath;
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