- A local lady has recently taken to Twitter to share a post about an online store selling authentic Gucci and LV packaging
- Her post included pictures of the designer label boxes and bags and also a price list for the pricey packaging
- Mzansi shared hilarious reactions to the post, many of them wondering why people go to such great lengths to appear to be rich and flashy
Today's society is all about showing and shining. The fact that people are selling authentic Gucci and Louis Vuitton packaging combined with the fact that people actually buy these things is proof that people are willing to go to great lengths to have the world thinking that they are splurging ballers.
A young lady with the Twitter handle @toefluencer recently shared a post about an Instagram store that makes money from selling the designer label packaging to eager customers. The post also included a price list for the Gucci and LV bags and boxes.
"Not IG boutiques selling designer packaging," she captioned the Twitter post.
Soon Mzansi was in the comment section sharing their many interesting thoughts, a few of which you can read below.
"Ni felani vhele I know a lot of people who have Gucci and LV outfits but no bags or certificates, hayini."
"Let me wear my glasses, surely I'll see the products instead of bags."
"I've heard about this, apparently you can also hire wigs, iPhones or champagne bottles to fill up the table when you're at the club even lavish houses to pose at for IG pictures"
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, images off a knock-off 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 them.
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 for the knock-off sneakers.