A man, who was identified by South Africans as Moruti Gucci (Pastor Gucci), made headlines on social media on Friday because of his vast supply of designer products, which many believe is fake.
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Anyone who knows anything of fashion is aware that Gucci is one of the most popular, and expensive, brand names in the world.
The company dresses from A-list Hollywood stars to the British royal family. So, one man managed to raise eyebrows when photos were posted online, which showed him in possession of more Gucci products than some high end boutiques.
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A lot of social media users believed the Gucci products are counterfeit items and one tweep compared him to the South African government.
Social media user @ZaneleLwana commented: "Honest & truthful representation of SA politics. Nothing is what it seems. We are in ideology free mode. hence you can say you are revolutionary but give political power to parties of WMC in the metros. Moruti Gucci is the real fake thing, like our politics."
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Other tweeps were also not impressed with Moruti Gucci's hustle.
Moswan kgodiso Edwin, who goes by the Twitter handle @kgodisoedwin, wrote: "Guys please he is not representing us,he meant his family members not Masemola as a whole. We are not him and he is not us, and us are not him."
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Source: Briefly News