Woman complains that man disrespects her by buying fake Gucci shoes, SA calls her
- Popular social media user @lemo_lucia pissed the streets on Twitter after posting video of the fake Gucci sneakers a man bought for her
- The gorgeous lady was upset and felt “disrespectful” that he had bought her fake luxury shoes
- South African social media users were shocked by her response, with many saying she couldn’t afford the real sneakers
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A social media influencer with the Instagram handle @lemo_lucia made a bit of noise on Twitter after sharing an insta story. The gorgeous lady complained about a gift she received from a man.
She did not name the individual but said she felt “disrespected”. The man allegedly bought him fake Gucci sneakers. She shared a clip of her opening the box of takkies and holding them in her hand.
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She was convinced that he had bought his Air Force sneakers after informing her that he had bought her a gift. Much to her dismay, he presented her with fake luxury shoes and she was far from impressed.
His insta story was recorded on screen and shared on Twitter by popular user @kulanicool.
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Read some of the responses the viral clip received:
@ Anele21525772 said:
“That’s why at Groove, people dance fast when you look at their new shoes.”
@ ChrisExcel102 shared:
“I know a king when I see one.”
@ PMTOGU01 replied with:
“I thought it was the thought that mattered, what happened?” “
“But no one would have known they were fake. I would have liked them shem.”
@ Connie23165642 tweeted:
“Mxm !!! As if she could afford the original …”
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@ Gregory_T16 added:
“Have this time, she can’t even afford a fake Gucci.” “
Man embarrassed with groove for wearing fake Air Force shoes, Mzansi defends him: “Childish behavior”
Previously, Brief News reported that an unidentified man has been called to groove for wearing fake Nike Air Force shoes. South Africans were frustrated on behalf of the man as they felt there was no need to factor in the cost of his clothes.
Many locals believe that one should be able to spend his money as he pleases and if he buys shoes that are not from an official store, so be it. Video of the incident was shared on Twitter and has been viewed more than 8,000 times.
The caption of the post didn’t help the guy at all, it said:
“Bruh went into the groove with a fake air force and got arrested.”