He’s selling Kaak wou Picon now.
That’s not how Abou Al Abed used to dress! and i really love what this Kaak guy is doing, and i would like to know where his location so i can pay him a visit.
He had Abou el Abed written on his back. He was next to Paul Gemmayze.
Dalayna “Ma badna ka3ek b lebnen ella el ka3ek el lebneni” ta ejena Abou Arab souri e7 halak rab el ka3ek!
Nchalla ykoun abou el abed ka3keto libneniyi w mich chegel el jara
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