Last Updated on June 28, 2021 by MyGh.Online
Shatta Wale fans took to social media with a no-jeans challenge to demonstrate their support for their boss, who was discovered wearing a fake pair of jeans that looked identical to the real thing.
Fans will replicate anything their role models do and profess allegiance to the new fashion trend in town. What would cause a fan to fall so low? Because it was said that Shatta Wale wore phony jeans, he devised a solution: he removed his trousers and walked around without them.
“I won’t wear my jeans again because they say they’re fake,” Shatta Wale said.
Shatta Wale, a Ghanaian dancehall singer, has become the target of trolls on social media for wearing fake ‘DSQUARED2′ jeans after he attacked entertainment analyst Arnold Asamoah Baidoo on live television for wearing GHC2.50 sneakers, proving that what goes around comes around.
Shatta Wale is slaying on Instagram in fake ‘DSQUARED2’ pants he presumably purchased for Ghc12 at Kantamanto market, after mocking and humiliating Arnold in public.
The genuine DSQUARED brand is spelled DSQUARED, but Shatta Wale’s counterfeit is spelled DSQUARED2. The original ‘DSQUARED’ jeans cost $670, or GHC3,879.30,
As a result of this, Shatta Wale has chosen to stop wearing jeans. He wrote in his post. “Now, no jeans, please, because they’re fake.”