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WATCH: Karishma goes to matric for the first time

A special moment for Karishma and her Khomas High School cousin as they share a bond through a matric farewell grand dinner.

Matric dance is an important part of your school career. It symbolises stepping into adulthood and recognises the hard work you put into completing your secondary education. Rapper Karishma, former pupil at Khomas High School due to unknown circumstances was unable to attend her matric dance five years ago. Her not having the opportunity to attend her matric, the Oh Lord rapper and a fashion student had a beautiful heartfelt moment to dress and style her cousin, a pupil at Khomas High School for her matric farewell. This was one of her best moments in life designing and styling her cousin. Check out this cool pics she shared on her Instagram.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
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