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Starlet’s racy Facebook photos draw criticism

Starlet’s racy Facebook photos draw criticism

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Sexy actress Prim Lyza angered netizens for flaunting her breasts on her Facebook page all the while complaining that she is tired of dealing with tonnes of men wanting to date her.

The actress, who is admired for her fair and glowing skin, was heavily criticised for repeatedly showing off too much of her, ahem, assets.

One netizen named Niseth Pdach Sangkha commented: “Why did she show off her boobs and say that it is only a creative shoot to boost her career? If she is a true Khmer woman, she should not show off her bra and boobs on her Facebook page.

Does every female celebrity have to be sexy to earn fame in showbiz?”

The 19-year-old, who is part-Vietnamese and Chinese, has said that she wants a real boyfriend so that people will no longer accuse her of having a sugar daddy.

However, she said that her boyfriend has to be rich to pay for her shopping bills.

To contact the reporter on this story: Sou Vouthy at [email protected]

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