- A man has taken to social media to flex his money
- Popularly known as Moruti Gucci, the businessman has a love of labels
- However, many social media users think that he is a fake
Controversial businessman Moruti Gucci is once again trending on social media after a video was shared showing him flaunting his money. In the footage, the 39-year-old was seen clad in full Gucci attire and 'washing' his car with a bottle of the expensive Veuve Clicquot champagne.
His real name is Ephraim Ramashu from Limpopo and he has admitted that the love of designer labels runs deep in his veins.
Social media users were not impressed by the video, with some accusing him of wearing replica labels. Twitter user Sir_Somlomo said:
"Fake Gucci. This dude probably has more Gucci items than he actually can afford. That's if at all he can afford a single item of Gucci. Don't be alarmed people. His is purely courtesy of Small Street."
Small Street in Johannesburg is a known spot for buying counterfeit goods.
This is not the first time Moruti has been accused of wearing fake labels. A few months ago, the Daily Sun reported that the man caused a buzz among social media users after he was accused of, once again, wearing fake labels.
Others pointed out that even the registration plate on his car didn't look legit. It has too many characters. Twitter uLoyiso said:
"That registration plate doesn't look legit. I might be wrong."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a video was shared of a man cleaning his cars with champagne and a Gucci T-shirt. In the footage, the man was seen pouring the alcoholic beverage on the garment and wiping his Mercedes and Audi.
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