"Angeke": Locals Can't Believe Mzansi Lady Spent R1k on Buying Crocs

"Angeke": Locals Can't Believe Mzansi Lady Spent R1k on Buying Crocs

- A young woman recently headed online to share a snap of the earrings and matching Crocs with a cute flower design

- According to her post, she spent R1k on the brightly decorated pair of shoes

- Many locals just could not believe that she was willing to fork out that much money on Crocs, a controversial brand and style of shoe

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Crocs are definitely not everyone's favourite pair of shoes. While Crocs lovers swear by the shoes' comfort, many people swear they would never buy them. This is why tons of locals were shook after one woman said that she had paid R1k for her decorated Crocs. It all started when she captioned a snap:

"I didn’t know I have earrings that match my new Crocs "
"Angeke": Locals Can't Believe a Mzansi Lady Spent 1k on Buying Crocs
Many could not believe a woman spent R1k on crocs. Images: Unsplash/Karabo_Mokgoko
Source: Twitter

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Soon someone asked how much the Crocs cost and she revealed that they cost R1k, which left many people wilding in the comment section of the post. Read a few of their hilarious thoughts below:

@MolekoTshidy said:

"Woah. Is that a real price? R1k?"

@Sifiso_ENtuli said:

"R1k???? Angeke..."

@North73095217 said:

"I thought Crocs are like R300..."

@mafuna_lufuno said:

"That's still a lot, I thought they are R50."

Catch the smoke woo said:

"They too expensive for you to call them 'difariki'..."

In other Briefly News about shoes, Adidas recently unveiled its latest sneaker campaign that features 'Happy' singer, Pharrell Williams. The sneaker is Xhosa-themed but will not be available in South Africa where Xhosa people live.

Many South African sneakerheads were not happy with the news or the sneakers in fact and were soon sharing how disappointed they were in the comment section of a post made about the shoes online. One particularly annoyed Twitter user, @blekmejikevents said:

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"'Let's appropriate from your rich language, but, don't be perturbed - we won't sell it back to you... for now.' Fair enough?"

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