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Otile Brown Features Corazon Kwamboka’s Sister As Vixen In New Video

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Sensational singer, Otile Brown has released yet another song titled ‘Hi’. In the video, Otile featured socialite Corazon Kwaboka’s younger sister, Taurean, as the video vixen.

The song dropped yesterday and it has already garnered close 200,000 views on YouTube.

 

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Have yu watched #Hi yet??! If not the link is on my bio how d’I do? 😛 #Baddgirl #Taurean

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Otile seems to be heavily investing in his Video vixens, and is probably looking for certain features on them because Taurean has physical features that are somehow similar to that of his girlfriend, Vera Sidika.

Vera and Otile recently got back together after going through a public breakup back in August.

Read: Wema Sepetu Introduces ‘Future Husband’ After Being Caught Cheating

Vera had accused Otile of only using her for his music video and did not genuinely love her. On his part, Otile released a song that was assumed to be calling out Vera for aborting teir child, leading to their break up.

The two seemed to have worked out their differences and got back together.

In the latest video, Corazon’s sister seems to have picked a lesson or two from her sister and put quite a performance.

Watch the video below:

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Written by Eva Nyambura

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