Anita Joseph and her husband, Mc Fish have play another little drama online like they used to do as a lovable couple they're. Mc Fish reacts after his wife mentions about how he snapped her in an unwell way because she's wearing his Tshirt.
Actress Anita Joseph appears in new photos with white top and (crazy) bum short, posing with her company's car "Hourglass". No one would've known that she's putting on her husband wear but she brought it into people's notice by saying "so because I wore your Tshirt babe" you come dey snap me anyhow. I'm a celeb please don't snap me anyhow, I need to pose well. But the pix come fine thanks my Manchu."
See the photos below
Isn't that Tshirt looks good on her despite that it her hubby's own?
The post got her husband attention and he dropped down a funny comment as well. He says "I gats get evidence say u wear am na."
It's obvious that no one would hate Anita and Mc Fish marriage due to how they share love and play together both online and offline.
What do you think about actress Anita's look in her hubby's wear?
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