Let’s listen to Oun Yna Coolbii’s voice

Let’s listen to Oun Yna Coolbii’s voice

11 Oun Yuna Coobii

Video clips posted on Facebook are very popular among today’s youth. Young people use social networking to gauge their own reputations and to catch the attention of other users.

Facebook user Oun Yuna Coobii recently posted a video clip of herself singing. Not only does she have a beautiful voice, but she also has beautiful makeup, and she can get the attention of her Facebook friends easily and fast. Around 500 people liked her video.

Ah K’Roth AwfullZz said: “pik ros nas . aii sart tet lolz” (Voice is so nice and the singer is pretty, also).

Nouch Khmer posted: “More beautiful than the real singer of the song”.

However, one comment seemed to criticise the video, with Khmer Love Khmers posting: “Facebook now is so complicated; acting as the pretty girl, so crazy”.

The voice of Oun Yuna is very nice. It would be great if she became a professional singer..

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