When it comes to fashion South Africa comes first since people in this country fear walking on the streets dressing unfashionable clothes. This time on social media Blessings Ramona shared a picture of counterfeit shoes being sold on the fake illegally. The post left people laughing as they couldn't believe that foreigners will go this far to make money.
The picture was taken on the streets were vendors gather to sell their products. But this one got people talking after realizing the damage these people are doing to the company that managed to hire majority of unemployed youth in the country. When we thought we have seen it all as a country this happens before the end of the year.
This could be their plan since we are heading to festive season. From your point of view what must the owner of this brand do if this kind of crimes happen. It is understandable that people need money but is this how people should earn a living selling someone else's name to make a living.
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