He called me village girl, Am now a Lawyer with nice Curves: Lady shares transformation video of her new self
Social media users on TikTok have reacted to a transformation video shared by a pretty lady.
The lady identified as @_yes_iam_kimora said she was dumped and called her a village girl.
She gleefully flaunted her beautiful curves apparently to show that she is no longer a village girl.
Old photo of Kimora attracts attention
Kimora also shared an old photo of hers in other to show how much her body has changed.
The old photo attracted a different kind of attention as TikTokers related with it.
They said they are familiar with the pose she struck in it because it trended long ago on Facebook.
Watch the video below:
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TikTok users react to Kimora’s transformation video
@Blee baybee said:
“That first picture anybody that didn’t do that style was not famous on Facebook then.”
“l am back to my senses Kimora.”
“Wait first… that picture wey you wear black gown. Look at it again, you like am.”
“Now weh you be lawyer, if he comes sue him oo.”
@Prett p_Risca said:
“This is beautiful.”
“One of the hottest lawyers ever though.”
“I would have loved to say you are so beautiful but whatever I say may be used against me in the court of law.”
“I knew when you were a village girl.”
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