- A student recently left Mzansi having a good chuckle after he posted snaps of the new Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1 sneakers
- The young man bragged that he had treated himself to a pair of the highly coveted R500 000 kicks
- When peeps questioned if the sneakers were authentic or not a cheeky snap with a receipt was posted
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The Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1 was released just over a month ago, the crowned jewel of the capsule released as part of the collaboration.
Worth an estimated R500 000 celebrities like DJ Black Coffee splurged on one of this season's most coveted statement pieces.
One young man braved social media to claim that he had managed to secure the luxury sneakers along with some snaps.
However, Mzansi was very quick to cry conspiracy adamant that either the photos were stolen or someone had been shopping in Small Street.
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The student eventually posted another snap of his alleged kicks along with a receipt from US retailer Selfridges.
The post went viral as people debated what the truth of the matter really is while the man responsible kept his cool.
However, it was confirmed that the snaps were actually from rapper Travis Scott's Instagram despite the effort put into convincing people otherwise.
Scott is the Jordan Brand's biggest ambassador the face of the Dior collab, releasing a promo video with his hit 'Highest In The Room' setting the mood.
Anyone lucky enough to have that kind of cash to drop on shoes would have to search in select boutiques after the initial online launch.
While the post is definitely fake most people found it hilarious, take a look at a few reactions to the situation below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has been trending lately for his track featuring Zola 7 which is dedicated to his mother.
South Africans are loving the track and are hailing Cassper as one of the country's greatest artists. Black Coffee is one of those South Africans and he crowned Cassper king in a social media post.
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