Photoshoped Picture Of Kuami Eugene Dressed Like A Student Causes Stir Online.
By Bethel233 | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 1267 views
So another photoshop design of Ghanian musician Kuami Eugene Dressed like a student hits the internet, before we get into the story kindly like, share and leave your suggestions in the comments section.
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A designer known on Instagram as bethelakrofisgallery designed a picture of Kuami Eugene in school which recieved much reactions because it looked Soo perfect that no one would suspect it was Photoshoped.
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