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Radio DJ prefers 2 women at one time, Shower pics cause chaos on social media

Martin Khafafa

Radio DJ prefers 2 women at one time, Shower pics cause chaos on social media as people wonder what kind of charm this man has.

Martin Khafafa

From what we gathered, the pictures were leaked and since then caused chaos on social media. The man is said to be a top DJ in Kenya and his name is Martin Khafafa.

Martin Khafafa

He seems to have a thing for doubles as the below picture in the shower with 2 bunnies suggests. Smiling for the camera, the DJ is seen sharing his shower with 2 ladies, a way to save water I guess.

Martin Khafafa

He surely has some charm to be able to court those two ladies and to the point of sharing a shower. It sure looks like a scene from a movie.

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Martin Khafafa

Some would say this man deserves a Bell but to us, he is just plain crazy. If you were to be in such a situation, would you take pictures to post on social media? Tell us in comments.

The crazy part is that Martin Khafafa is said to be a married man and is not shy of taking such pictures with other bunnies, thigh vendors we think. But who are we to judge, let the man be!

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