L'Vovo slams peeps who buy flashy coffins, calls them "stupid"

L'Vovo slams peeps who buy flashy coffins, calls them "stupid"

- L'Vovo has slammed peeps who go all-out to spend money on expensive and flashy coffins, such as a Louis Vuitton one

- The star said he is sure the expensive Louis Vuitton brand would sell out its product if it were to market it in Mzansi

- L'Vovo let it be known he would not be purchasing one, however, and said he regarded the over-the-top coffin as unnecessary and "stupid"

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L'Vovo will not be joining the super-stylish and super-moneyed who would spend good cash on a designer coffin.

The kwaito star commented that he thought a Louis Vuitton coffin was extremely "stupid" and an unnecessary expense.

L'Vovo made the comment when a tweep loaded a picture of one such coffin onto the social media site.

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The tweep said, "Almost sure that the market for this coffin is black people."
L'Vovo responded, "Stupid South Africans can really buy this! I don't care what you say, we're the only nation that can do such a stupid thing."

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L'Vovo is known to have absolutely no chill on Twitter.

Last month, Briefly.co.za reported on the backlash that the star received for asking how Mzansi peeps were doing academically.

Aside from chastising the muso for spelling "academically" wrong, tweeps also believed he should worry more about his stalled music career and less about their studies.

L'Vovo slams peeps who buy flashy coffins, calls them "stupid"

L'Vovo slams peeps who buy flashy coffins, calls them "stupid"
Source: Instagram

L'Vovo has also been known to use the app to shoot his shot. Back in 2018, he let Thickleeyonce know that he had a crush on her through a Twitter post.

L'Vovo revealed that he also often sent the curvaceous beauty "Good morning" DMs.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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