Sometimes you can put yourself under pressure when seeing people wearing expensive clothes.
You might also want to take a loan to wear decent like them, while not knowing that other have connections to stores where they get those clothes at cheap price. Other people wear fake clothes and it won't be easy to recognize them, as you won't even think that the person can wear cheap clothes.
For example, you won't suspect Mr president that he might wear fake clothes because he has beautiful mansions, cars, and other properties. Such people when they are wearing clothes we just make it obvious that they are wearing expensive clothes of good quality.
Kaizer-Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat was spotted wearing a Fake Gucci T-shirt, most of the people left disbelief after seeing him in fake clothes while he earn R830 000. People were shocked and wondered why he wear fake clothes while he earn such a huge amount. Either way, you will never know what is behind the door.
Some people are going through a lot behind the door and when they get out they pretend to look fine while deep down knowing that they are in debt. But is it necessary for someone to wear fake clothes to impress people while he could find cheap and good quality clothes and wear them?
Is it that hard to be a celebrity so that you have to always look good to motivate other people, or do they just put pressure on themselves. Last week one of the famous musicians was also spotted wearing the fake brand and he denied it but later on, he accepted and explained why.
Kaizer-Chief supporters were shocked after seeing the highest payer in Mnzasi wearing fake brands clothes, questions were asked but he didn't give them straight answers.
As our reader, will you wear fake clothes because of pressure from friends or you will rather wear normal brands at affordable prices?. Leave your opinion below and don't forget to share and like. Follow us for more updates.
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