"They are not safety boots" Girl roasted after posting these pics of Drip sneakers
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You'd bet that people get paid to bash local brands.
There's nothing wrong with criticizing a brand because after all, we experience it differently. But when you bash a brand unfairly in an attempt to ruin the brand, it's upsetting.
A user on Twitter got to feel people's wrath after posting two pictures of Drip sneakers. On the caption, she sarcastically said that Drip is said to be forever, yet it looks so ragged on the pictures.
From the said pictures, it doesn't take a lot to figure that the sneakers were used as safety boots or worn everyday to the mines.
Comments dragged her to filth for trying to shade drip unnecessarily.
The comments are attached:
Thoughts? Do you think she was trying to get people to bash Drip and possibly get a new pair in the process?
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August 06, 2022.
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