Shatta Wale strips after he was accused of wearing ‘fake’ jeans
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- Shatta Wale strips after he was accused of wearing ‘fake’ jeans
Shatta Wale, who appears to be fed up with public trolls, decided to entirely remove his “fake” jeans to show a point after receiving tremendous reactions on social media for several hours.
On June 21, 2021, the dancehall performer was ‘dragged’ on social media for reportedly wearing phony designer denim jeans.
The backlash was heightened this time when Shatta was seen on camera mocking prominent entertainment expert Arnold Asamoah Baidoo for wearing a cheap shoe that cost only GHC2.50pesewas.
After social media users identified his “designer trousers” as a phony replica of the DSquared2 brand, the photo gained a lot of attention.
Shatta Wale was wearing a pair of DSQUARED2 jeans in that photo, but upon closer inspection, the tag revealed that they were phony and didn’t even come close to the actual DSQUARED2 brand.
Although the genuine brand is spelled “DSQUARED2,” Shatta Wale’s “false version” is spelled “DSQUARED2.”
Furthermore, public investigations have revealed that the DSQUARED2 jeans cost $670, or GHC3, 879.30.
In response to the critiques, Shatta took a photo of himself sans the ‘fake’ jeans and shared it on Instagram, along with a photo of himself wearing only a T-shirt.
Shatta claims that after being mocked for wearing fake jeans, he has chosen to go without any trousers in the future to prevent more criticism.