- Mampintsha has taken to social media to share a picture of his Air Jordan Dior sneakers
- The luxurious pair are worth up to R350 000 and many struggled to believe that Mampintsha would drop that much cash
- Mzansi social media users flooded his comments section and demanded an explanation
Things are clearly going well for gqom artist Mampintsha. The muso recently took to social media to share a picture of his latest addition: limited-edition Air Jordan 1 High OG Dior sneakers worth over R170 000.
Ever since Black Coffee rocked a version of the sneakers, many have bee talking about them. Mampintsha is the latest to share that he too is an owner of the luxurious shoes.
The sneaker is the result of a collaborative effort between Jordan and Paris fashion house Dior. The price of the sneaker ranges from R170 000 to about R350 000.
Social media users went berserk when they realised that Mampintsha may have dropped that much money. Others were even doubting if the shoes were authentic. Instagram user a.p_shooter said:
"Wadlala ngathi kodwa?? Ay (Your're messing with us though?)"
"Cha kona syaydinga incazelo (We definitely need some answers)"
"Aw madoda R380k wonke (A whole R380k)"
"Why pho ungakhulumi (why aren't you saying anything)"
"Aiii shimora scela ngcazelo.bakwethuuu (Aiii Shimora we need an explanation people)"
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Black Coffee is rolling the green. The grootman is loaded and clearly enjoying every cent of his hard-earned cash.
He was recently snapped wearing a pair of sneakers which are the same price as a high-end car. It's easy to forget how rich some celebs are until they flaunt their possessions.
Black Coffee casually showed off his Air Jordan Dior sneakers recently and left social media users shook at how much they cost.
According to a quick Google search, social media users learned that the shoes cost about R350 000!
The world-renowned DJ is reportedly worth millions so the shoes will barely dent his wallet. It must be nice.
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