Indeed they have to apologise because since morning, the usual News feed of a credible media House like TV3 has turned into a " Photo feed". A minute won't pass without them showcasing images. News lovers have been starved throughout almost the whole day.
But wait, something strange was in the last photo posted. Since morning, the first runner up Dr. Setor was no where to be found. Well, Setor is back. She was seen in this photo together with the other quens.
Unlike Sarfowa and Manu, What's up with Setor's sash ? Why has it turned. ? Setor's sash was turned upside down totally. The inscription or words on it was really hard to read. It wasn't positioned well.
Setor's Sash Turned Upside Down Totally
Perhaps it was a mistake which could have been corrected by their official photographer. Does he even have time to check ? No, he didn't.
Well, forget about the sash. Whether turned totally upside down or not, Setor has been seen and her fans are happy.
Check out TV3's post below
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