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Arnelisa trolled by fans over her soldiers

Unapologetic fans of Keroche heiress Arnelisa Muigai have trolled the curvy CEO’s boobs on Monday.

Dressed in a red see-through dress, Arnelisa was definitely having a moment of her life but her boobs caught the attention of many.

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They open criticized them saying they appear fallen for someone of her age. Some went further to encourage her to use bra’s next time.

Those in support of Arnelisa admitted to being a normal thing for someone of her size and that she was a strong lady showing her body.

The Nero company CEO and owner is currently dating Tanzanian singer Ben Pol and the two have not been shy to show their love in public.

Over the weekend during Ben Pol’s birthday, Arnelisa expressed her gratitude as to how much joy he has brought into her life.

Also read: Anerlisa and Ben Pol expecting a baby, Bonfire CEO reveals

She went further to admit that she does no care thinks about them terming him as a teacher who has taught her how to keep her life private.

“You are absolutely amazing and I thank God for you every day. You brought the true meaning of love into my life.

I have been blessed with many things in my life but there is no true blessing like God bringing you into my life.

I don’t care what anyone thinks about You/Us, all I know is that ever since I met you, i have been a very very happy woman and vice versa.

Something that money couldn’t give. Thank you for teaching me how to be strong and how to be private. You Are My True Soulmate and I’d still chose you over and over again. I love you D E E P Benard”

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