There's a post making rounds on the social media streets whereby a shoe DJ Black Coffee was wearing was revealed to cost a whopping R37 612.
As you'd expect, as soon as South Africans saw the price tage, they went haywire in the comments section with many commending Black Coffee over spoiling himself with Gucci shoes because if ever there's anyone who deserves it, has to be him, because he works so hard despite him being disabled.
Other than the price tag, many were shocked at the designs of the Gucci Shoes because they look so basic, the Gucci team basically took the grasshopper shoe we're used to and just covered it with the Gucci logos and leveraged the power of their brand to spike the price.
So far Black Coffee hasn't said much about people looking at the price tags of his outfit but if he does, it will be really interesting to hear what he says because other than Deejaying, he's also known for coming up with severe clap backs on Twitter.
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