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Khama Billiat Accused Of  Wearing Fake Gucci

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18 Sep, 2021 | Posted By:

Khama Billiat Accused Of Wearing Fake Gucci

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat has been called out for wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt by a fake-Gucci-spotter.

 

Khama Billiat is the latest celeb to be singled out by the anonymous Instagram page which goes by the name of  “Fake Gucci community SA”. Fake Gucci spotter wrote;

“@kcfcofficial football player @khamabilliat have successfully applied for residency at Fake city. He has been spotted wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt.

@khamabilliat T-shirt is white and the color and the proportion of the blade are off.

It’s an oversize T-shirt so the cut will remain regardless of you wearing a small size. So the question is what size is he wearing? XXXXXXXS?.”

Fake Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga amongst other popular brands have become so common in South Africa.

The Fake Gucci spotter community which is dedicated to exposing celebs and influencers wearing fake products has been getting a lot of attention lately.

A number of A’ list Mzansi celebs have been exposed for wearing fake Gucci by the page. Media personality Somizi Mhlongo was once exposed for rocking a fake Gucci khaki bucket hat.

 

After he was called out by the self-proclaimed fake Gucci spotter, Somizi took to Instagram to address his alleged “fake Gucci” bucket hat in an interesting way. He took a video while at the Gucci store and set the record straight.

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat has been called out for wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt by a fake-Gucci-spotter.

Khama Billiat is the latest celeb to be singled out by the anonymous Instagram page which goes by the name of  “Fake Gucci community SA”. Fake Gucci spotter wrote;

 

“@kcfcofficial football player @khamabilliat have successfully applied for residency at Fake city. He has been spotted wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt.

.

@khamabilliat T-shirt is white and the color and the proportion of the blade are off.

It’s an oversize T-shirt so the cut will remain regardless of you wearing a small size. So the question is what size is he wearing? XXXXXXXS?.”

Fake Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga amongst other popular brands have become so common in South Africa.

The Fake Gucci spotter community which is dedicated to exposing celebs and influencers wearing fake products has been getting a lot of attention lately.

A number of A’ list Mzansi celebs have been exposed for wearing fake Gucci by the page. Media personality Somizi Mhlongo was once exposed for rocking a fake Gucci khaki bucket hat.

 

After he was called out by the self-proclaimed fake Gucci spotter, Somizi took to Instagram to address his alleged “fake Gucci” bucket hat in an interesting way. He took a video while at the Gucci store and set the record straight.

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat has been called out for wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt by a fake-Gucci-spotter.

Khama Billiat is the latest celeb to be singled out by the anonymous Instagram page which goes by the name of  “Fake Gucci community SA”. Fake Gucci spotter wrote;

 

“@kcfcofficial football player @khamabilliat have successfully applied for residency at Fake city. He has been spotted wearing a fake Gucci blade T-shirt.

.

@khamabilliat T-shirt is white and the color and the proportion of the blade are off.

It’s an oversize T-shirt so the cut will remain regardless of you wearing a small size. So the question is what size is he wearing? XXXXXXXS?.”

Fake Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga amongst other popular brands have become so common in South Africa.

The Fake Gucci spotter community which is dedicated to exposing celebs and influencers wearing fake products has been getting a lot of attention lately.

A number of A’ list Mzansi celebs have been exposed for wearing fake Gucci by the page. Media personality Somizi Mhlongo was once exposed for rocking a fake Gucci khaki bucket hat.

 

After he was called out by the self-proclaimed fake Gucci spotter, Somizi took to Instagram to address his alleged “fake Gucci” bucket hat in an interesting way. He took a video while at the Gucci store and set the record straight.


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