Lerato Kganyago’s “anger” left Mzansi shook and are supporting her on this one
By ArthurM | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 2631 views
You can find an image of Lerato Kganyago if you look up the word 'ambitious' in the dictionary. Fearlessly, the television personality followed her dream of being a radio and TV host. Despite being bullied during her early days as a female deejay, she even conquered the male-dominated club DJ.
After a famous make-up and cosmetics brand copied her Flutter business, Metro FM character Lerato Kganyago was left dumbfounded. Taking on her social media this past weekend pointed out that when launching their own eyebrow range, Avon copied her name 'Flutter'.
The eyelash collection from Avon is part of their fresh offering and they put it on special to sell it well. The reality that even the "real" price would be cheaper relative to the original is another eyebrow raiser. This can, however, be accredited to the fact that Avon's range style is not the initial Flutter by LKG.
The packaging is also rather disturbing, even though the name may have been a coincidence. They used the very same colours on her. Hey, imagine!
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