- Images of a knockoff collaboration between Vans and Louis Vuitton have been making their rounds online
- The image seems to have originated from a tweet by a store in Nairobi, Kenya that was promoting the shoes in November
- South Africans have been trying their best to create unique names for the odd combination
Images off a knockoff version of a Vans and Louis Vuitton collaboration has gone viral on social media. The black kicks are making their rounds on Twitter at the moment as South Africans are trying to figure out who would create it.
A search on Twitter shows that images of the shoes were originally uploaded by @254Proff on 18 November. The tweet by @254Proff gives the details of where the shoes can be purchased which is in Nairobi, Kenya.
The image that is going viral in Mzansi was shared by @Mathobelasbonga. SAns have been creating their own hilarious names for the random brands that were put together in a knock of sneaker.
Below is the original images of the unique sneaker:
This was the tweet by @Mathobelasbonga:
Take a look at some of the unique names SAns gave the collaboration:
"LV is off the wall. I give up."
"How much my friend?"
@Jeffe70735975 responded with:
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mr Smeg buying a fake Louis Vuitton bag for his bae. Michael Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg, recently proved to be one of those people that just love showing off what they have.
The Smeg kettle lover was recently caught faking lavishness by sharing a picture of a gift which he said his bae bought for him - a pair of pricey Louis Vuitton sneakers. He captioned the post:
"Thank you baby for these. You're getting 7 rounds tonight."
Soon after the Twitter post was shared, a woke Twitterzen, @VeteranSanele, decided to burst his bubble by sharing the exact same picture of the LVs that was originally posted on the popular app, Pinterest.
Mzansians were left falling out of their seats at Mr Smeg's quick exposure, heading to the comment section to share their thoughts, some of which you can read below.
"We know you got those off the internet."
"Wena o rata (you love) attention, please."
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