Renowned Tanzanian gospel singer, Christina Shusho admitted she admires Hamisa Mobetto, Wema Sepetu and Jacqueline Wolper, as she begged for their friendship.
Yes, I mean the one and only Christina Shusho, known for gospel hits the likes of Ninang´ara and Tenda Wema featuring controversial Kenyan artist, Ringtone Apoko.
The award-winning gospel musician disclosed during her interview with Wasafi media, that she looks forward to being friends with the three Tanzanian socialites.
Reason being, they are women of power, women who stand head-high amidst the hate and women who trip and fall but get back up soon after.
These are women of strength and the gospel artiste can never feel any prouder by getting associated with the three.
Please, I beg, I need your friendship. If you accept, I will know that God has blessed me in 2020. We can meet, chill and talk. I like the way they get struggles and get back up. I need them more cause I´ve seen in them that they have strength.
Further divulging that she has been keeping an eye on them and their lifestyles and what captivates her most is how they mean what they profess.
I follow their lifestyles. I cannot pretend that I have never come across their stories. They are the ones that are dominating social media and are trending. I love that they stand by their word and action. I love the spirit.
Hamisa Mobetto, I love the lady, Jacqueline Wolper and Wema. They are many. I have met them and they are good ladies.
However, as much as she may not agree with their choice of dressing, Christina Shusho was more than glad that the three had embraced a more decent fashion especially during this holy month.
Right now, they are decent. If they go on this way, it will be good. It should be a little bit decent. They should know that I love them and that I´m their number one fan. I love their efforts.
Shusho however clarified that this by no means implies that even when the three are indecently dressed, she wouldn´t associate with them.
Not at all, she refused to judge.
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