SA inspired by how Moruti Gucci's whip game developed: "I salute"

SA inspired by how Moruti Gucci's whip game developed: "I salute"

- A social media user, @phashake1, posted snaps of Moruti Gucci's bakkie game

- The photos, which formed part of the "How it started vs how it's going" trend, show the influencer's first bakkie next to the one he owns now

- Some dubbed the post 'goals' while others had questions regarding the authenticity

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Controversial businessman Moruti Gucci has once again sparked a debate online. This after a social media user, @phashake1, shared snaps of Moruti Gucci's old versus new bakkie.

@phashake1 shared the photos on Twitter as part of the "How is started vs how it's going" challenge.

The post gathered a over a thousand reactions on the social media platform and some applauded how far the businessman has come.

Take a look at some of the reactions below:

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SA inspired by how Maruti Gucci's whip game developed: "I salute"
Photos showing Maruti Gucci's first bakkie versus the one he drives now. Photo: @phashake1 / Twitter.
Source: Twitter

However, there were those who questioned the numberplates of the bakkies, asking whether it was legal for so many characters to be used.

Mpho Sebeka, who goes by the Twitter handle @MphoSbkRSA, commented:

"The number plate on Toyota bakkie is fake."

Moruti Gucci went viral several moths ago after he flexed his wealth online. In a video that went viral, the 39-year-old was seen clad in full Gucci attire and 'washing' his car with a bottle of the expensive Veuve Clicquot champagne.

His real name is Ephraim Ramashu from Limpopo and he has admitted that the love of designer labels runs deep in his veins.

In other news, reported earlier Itumeleng Khune shared an adorable throwback picture of himself as a baby this past weekend. The soccer legend has been quite active on social media even though he attempted to take a break from the world selfies and oversharing just a month ago.

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The 33-year-old posted his adorable baby picture to both Twitter and Instagram with the exact same caption. Khune basically said in the caption that his daughter, Amogelang, is a carbon copy of him.

His caption read:

"Our daughter is a copy and paste version of me when I was young, wait until you see her. IIK32 who would have thought?"

South Africans loved the photos and gave their two cents' worth on the adorable baby Khune.

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