- A video of talented Mzansi singer Ami Faku rocking her shoes the wrong way is trending on social media
- The popular songstress was performing at a gig recently when the clip was filmed by a person who was at the show
- Ami's VTH Season management team slammed the pep who shot the video and accused them of having no regard for artists' mental health
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A video of Ami Faku wearing her sneakers the wrong way while performing at a gig is trending on social media.
The clip has been widely circulated on social media since the gig. Peeps were surprised that at her age, Ami still wears her shoes the wrong way.
They took to Twitter to speculate on what was going on in the singer's mind at the time, while some tweeps laughed out loud at the clip. Other peeps accused Ami Faku of purposefully wearing her shoes the wrong way around because she wanted to trend on social media.
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Check out some of the comments below:
"What if she looted them?"
"Kids don't know what shoes are 'supposed' to feel like, so they have no concept that they have a 'correct' way to wear shoes. How old is Ami Faku? Oh, anything to trend no.1 in SA."
"People are going through a lot."
"Can she dance? Might just be a case of having 'two left feet'."
"Floppo? The camera was on her feet.... It's a set up to trend."
"Someone said, 'Ami Fakubanana'. Ngifile (I'm dead)."
AKA in hot water for shading trending women musos
In other music news, Briefly News reported that AKA reportedly landed in hot water recently after he shared his views on the trending female DJs. The star shaded the DJs who are hogging headlines with their trending dance moves and videos.
The rapper apparently rubbed some social media users up the wrong way with his pinion on the popping DJs. The Fela In Versace hitmaker said every women wanted to be a rapper when hip-hop was still on high rotation on radio.
He was seemingly shading DJs such as Uncle Waffles and DJ Thuli P who have been trending since Amapiano became popular.
Source: Briefly News