Emtee's new sneakers rock R1 900 price tag, South Africans react

Emtee's new sneakers rock R1 900 price tag, South Africans react

- Emtee's new sneakers have dropped in stores and the price tag has left Mzansi smiling

- The rapper's merchandise is retailing at a little below R2 000 and many feel that the cost is reasonable

- Others expressed how impressed they were with how good the sneakers are looking

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Emtee has been expanding his empire from music to entrepreneurship. The musician recently launched his range of sneakers to mixed reception. The price tag of the sneakers has been revealed and social media users have shared their thoughts.

The Roll Up hitmaker is currently trending on Twitter as social media users weigh in on his merchandise.

According to a post by Twitter user True_Thapz, the sneakers are retailing at almost R2 000. The matte version of the sneakers costs R1 600 and the gloss one is going for a reasonable R1 900.

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Social media users welcomed the affordable price tag and others complimented the sneakers design. Twitter user Levincey said:

"This is dope."
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Emtee's sneakers are retailing at affordable prices. Image: @emteethehustla / Instagram
Source: Instagram

JulietNyambeni said:

"I love the red ones."

KYC_co said:

"Affordable."

Others were not too impressed. Twitter user ahimsaclip93 said:

"Yo I'm down for local, a lot more down for Emtee, but these are a miss."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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 been talking about them. Mampintsha is the latest to share that he too is an owner of the luxurious shoes.

The sneakers are the result of a collaborative effort between Jordan and Paris fashion house Dior. The price of the shoes 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 whether the shoes were authentic.

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The musician did not address the pressing questions from his followers and many chose to interpret his silence as an answer. Hopefully one day he will spill the beans on the real story behind the gorgeous kicks.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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