Netizens have been left in surprise after a photo of Tanzanian Bongo Star Abdul Naseeb popularly known as Diamond Platnumz wearing a torn pullneck sweater surfaced online.
According to details shared on the Nairobi Gossip club's Facebook page on Thursday, the Tanzanian Star who is known for his flashy and lavish lifestyle with a great sense of fashion which include designer suits and clothes was spotted wearing the torn pull neck sweater, a photo which has left Netizens in Surprise, with a section saying it is a new trend in the fashion world.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on the post.
"Dude can't even wear his fav sweater in peace?" A comment read.
"I don't see any problem .like he's rich and can't wear torn clothes .I'm poor and Drive Range Rover Autobiography. Perfectly fine. " a comment read.
"That could be a new design in town, so guys wake up , and secondly what's wrong with that many wear torn underwear thou not seen in public. " a comment read.
"I will also tear mine. This is the next fashion. " a comment read.
"That's the newest style in town...i will tear mine too ." A comment read.
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