- A local man was 'busted' at groove for not wearing original Nike Air Force shoes and peeps are unimpressed by those who called him out
- South Africans felt for the young man who was embarrassed beyond belief by the unknown group of youngsters
- Locals defended the unidentified man who wore the shoes in question and asked why the other people felt the need to call his shoes out
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An unidentified man was called out at groove for wearing fake Nike Air Force shoes. South Africans are frustrated on behalf of the man as they feel it was unnecessary to bring the cost of his clothes into the picture.
Many locals believe that one should be able to spend their money as they please and if they purchase shoes that are not from an official store, so be it. A video of the incident was shared on Twitter and has gained over 8 000 views.
The caption of the post did not help the guy at all, it read:
"Bruh went to the groove with a fake Air Force and got busted."
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Take a look at the post below:
Read some of the comments below:
"If y'all know the guy please help me find him, I wanna buy him sneakers."
"So what if it's fake??"
"Busted by the fashion police? The things people think matter don’t even make sense."
@Mkhuleko_ responded with:
"This is wrong..."
"Crazy coming from someone that's wearing sneakers that look like soccer boots."
"This is childish behaviour."
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The question from the peep had many people on social media going wild with their hilarious reactions. The peep took to Twitter and asked:
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Source: Briefly News