Controversial socialite Vera Sidika has revealed to her fans the amount she spent to buy two of her bags after speculations all over social media stated that she wears and buys fake fashion collections.
The entrepreneur through an instagram post stated that her Louis Vuitton bag was bought in Elvis store in Beverly hills, America and costed her $1,379 which when converted to Kenyan shillings is roughly Ksh 150k.
She further added that her Chanel bag is very authentic after being trolled for buying the bag at Ksh 1000. With full proof of receipts she stated that the bag costed £ 3,990 which when converted to Kenyan shillings is Ksh 607k.
Vera claims that most ladies have been hating on her on her social media accounts calling her fake and a clout chaser when she truely is living her normal opulent lifestyles. She stated that she never buys any of her bags in Africa but only abroad when she travels.
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