- A hilarious clip of a couple of teens having a good laugh and calling out a young lady for her fake Versace clothes has been shared online
- In the clip, the teens can be seen walking past the woman who seems to be angrily yelling at them for calling her out
- Many South Africans have shared hilarious reactions to the funny clip in the comment section
We can't all afford to buy authentic luxury brands but some of us would definitely love to. A clip of teens laughing at a woman who can be seen wearing a fully fake Versace tracksuit has been shared online and Saffas did not know whether they should laugh or scold the youngsters - because shame, the woman only wants to be fancy.
In the clip that was shared by popular Twitter user, @Kulanicool, the youngsters can be seen walking past the fake Gucci-wearing woman when suddenly they start exchanging words. The woman can be heard asking them not to cheek her while they yell back that she is wearing fake Gucci.
"Ma2000," @Kulanicool captioned the funny clip.
Very soon other South Africans were taking to the comment section to share their thoughts about the youngsters and their actions. Many of them also made hilarious jokes about making the decision to wear fake name brands.
Read a few of their comments below:
"She parked Bentley somewhere ao!"
"Never laughed so hard."
"I doubt she will ever wear those clothes in confidence again. If it's really fake."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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