- Robbie Malinga Junior was recently spotted leaving a Versace store with a shopping bag
- Social media reactions varied, with some speculating whether the Versace bag was empty or not
- Despite scepticism about the source of his wealth, Malinga Jnr's lavish lifestyle and high-profile shopping choices continue to attract attention
The late legendary singer Robbie Malinga's son, also Robbie Malinga, is still enjoying the fruits of his father's success. The star was recently spotted leaving a Versace store with a shopping bag.
Robbie Malinga Jnr shops in the Versace store
We all know celebrities love rocking high-end designer brands. Sometimes they even spoil their loved ones with expensive clothes, shoes and bags.
It is no surprise that Robbie Malinga Jnr was recently spotted shopping in the Versace store. A picture of the young star leaving the high-end designer store was shared on Twitter by the controversial entertainment blogger Musa Khawula on his X page. The caption read:
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"Son of the late Robbie Malinga, Robbie Malinga Jnr, leaving Versace."
Robbie Malinga Jnr's picture gets reactions
Social media users could not agree on whether or not the bag was empty. Some said Malinga was carrying an empty Versace bag to chase clout, others argued that there was something in the bag.
"That bag is empty."
"Kanti how long was that man’s money?"
"I ain't gonna lie, this kid lasting much longer than everyone expected. He ain't even sold his father's music catalogue yet. He just eating the royalties."
"How is he making his coin? You can't tell me Robbie Malinga was that rich."
"That bag is full of air only."
South African woman splurges R143K on Gucci designer bag
Zinhle's video showcased how she purchased a stylish Gucci Diana handbag, adorned with the brand's signature interlocking G logo, with a price tag of a staggering R143 900, together with a pair of Gucci high heels priced at R15 600.
Source: Briefly News