A picture of a purported elderly guy appeared on social media, and when people observed his clothing, it sparked discussion in the comments area.
The younger generation is best equipped to dress in the most recent fashion trends because it is well known that the period of swag and unusual clothes Attires began in the 2000s.
However, a senior citizen who was rumored to be affected by youngsters born in the 2000s appeared on twitter and claimed to be a 2000s intact based on his attire.
As we can see in the post below, the elderly man is dressed in all-star attire. While some commenters suggest that persons of his age should dress more presentably, others contend that there is nothing inherently wrong with his sense of style..
" Shotgun @ KingDon ZA " felt the need to share this sight with the people on social media.
On the 14th Of August 2022 around 10:17 AM , and so far managed to obtain a seazable amount of 9 retweets , 2 Qoute tweets and 54 likes
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