- Legendary rapper Dr Dre showed off his extensive sneaker collection in a video that has gone viral on social media
- The millionaire muso shared that he wears a different pair of expensive Nike sneakers every day
- Social media users had mixed reactions to the footage and many were more disgusted than impressed
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Dr Dre may be gearing up to lose half his wealth after separating from his wife, but he's still filthy rich regardless. The Forgot about Dre hitmaker recently gave the public a sneak peek into his sneaker closet and revealed that he has a pair of Nike Air Force 1s for every day of the week.
Dre shared a short video showing off his designer and expensive sneakers and all different kinds of them. He showed off his massive collection of gorgeous white Nike Air Force 1s. There is a pair for each day of the week and they all look immaculate.
Social media users weighed in on the extensive and expensive collection, many seemed to think it was a little too much. Twitter user JackGroganFenn said:
"Massive waste of money and seriously un-environmentally friendly. Seems selfish to me."
"You don't gotta defend obscene wealth and wasteful consumption just because he made a couple of good albums."
"That's cool man. I'm having a nap for dinner tonight."
"That's absolutely disgusting."
"Firstly, never trust a man who wears white shoes. Secondly, imagine having all that money, being friends with designers from ALL major brands, access to top sneakers (even before their release)...then you opt to wear the same shoe for the rest of your life."
"Where does he drop off the worn pairs at? Asking for a friend."
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Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Dr Dre is set to lose half of his nett worth after his separation concludes. Dre and Nicole Young have been married for 24 years and reportedly did not sign any prenuptial agreement when they got married.
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