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Haifa wahbi is calling for help!



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  1. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHA

    ROLA IS SO TALENTED! HAAAAAHAHAHAHA
    BA3DEIN THEY'RE HINTING NASTY HUMOUR!

    HAAAAAHAHAHHAHAHA

    ME7NEH! HAAAAHAHAHAHA

    omar

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  2. LOL... I wonder if she would be or even should be offended! :D

    but truthfully, That was pretty ... raunchy!

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  3. I just love Rola..that was a really loaded video.

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  4. He3 He3 He3



    .................... Wawaa

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  5. LOL,

    For some weird reason I can't stop watching this vlip.
    It is too funny the hidden adult humor gets me everytime, here closing statement ( Ana haifa, b7ebkun) makes me laughing out loud.

    Peace

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  6. ROLA kicks ass!

    www.haifa69.com raheebeh

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  7. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Iam not surprised if she was the real haifa! bte3melha

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  8. Donit to your country!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. hehehehe 3anjad she beda7ek ana mabte2a la hayfa l3ama be3uona shou mam7one w shou me2erfe ,

    bravoo ya Rola dalek tmas5are 3alaya ok

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