Rapper Stogie T opens up about people who are faking their 'drip'

Rapper Stogie T opens up about people who are faking their 'drip'

- Stogie T shared his opinion on the people out there who are flexing with fake brands and clothes

- The rapper says he doesn't feel comfortable around such people

- According to him, people who fake their drip like that makes him think they're not trustworthy

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Stogie T is all about being authentic - he sees no point in faking a certain lifestyle or flexing with something that's not legit.

In fact, he doesn't trust people who do so.

Taking to social media, the rapper added his two cents on people who buy fake brand products and clothes after his son tried to convince him to buy a fake Rolex because the real thing is so expensive.

"I think he has a point on the price (price point) but go buy a less expensive watch that isn’t a pretend Rolex. If you don’t believe it’s worth that much, why you pretending you do? This makes me judge people who wear fake brands."

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Stogie did concede that some people just don't care about fake name brands and others could have been conned by a sneaky salesman.

"I know, sometimes you can be conned or you don’t care, like I have seen guys do the garden in them fake Yeezy’s or seen guys at the gas station with the fake Gucci T-shirt under the overalls. Cool, that’s whatever."

However, Briefly.co.za noticed that Stogie said buying the popular luxury items' knock-offs tells him something about the buyer.

“But for the iconic, highly sought-after items like watches, luxury clothes or certain car badges, I just get the feeling you trying to tell me something. That you are not who you say you are. Like you are trying to con me."

Stogie had a whole discussion going on. Here's what else he had to say about people who show off with 'fong-kong' items.

About a week ago, rapper AKA had to defend himself after a tweep accused him of promoting living a fake life.

He was trying to say that he didn't need to fake anything because he is financially strong, but his words must have gone over some people's heads. Fortunately, his fans were there to set the record straight.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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