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‘95% Of Celebrities Wear Fake Stuffs, Timaya Is Right’ – Daddy Freeze

Timaya who took to social media to address those comparing his fashion style to that of other celebrities. Maintaining that people who they compare him with ‘don’t even wear original stuff.

'95% Of Celebrities Wear Fake Stuffs, Timaya Is Right' - Daddy Freeze

Reacting to the claim by Timaya, the Controversial On-Air Personality, Daddy Freeze has thrown his weight behind Timaya after the latter condemned being linked to other celebrities, stating that they wear fake clothes.

Freeze said 95 percent of celebrities wear fake clothes, shoes and carry fake bags. According to the OAP, these celebrities carry fake items but frown whenever their pirated movies are being sold in traffic.

Daddy Freeze wrote;

Hate chulo all you want but he spoke the damn truth. I can never forget the fake HUBLOT on the wrist of one of those protesting against piracy or the Fake Richard MILLE on the wrist of a timid celeb.

The friends to tailors part might have been misunderstood though. I support NIGERIAN Tailors and I wear them proudly.

But the fake Fendi gang’s got to go extinct this year guys, we can’t keep selling the fake it till you make it BS, act your wage guys!

95% of celebs wear fake watches, about 80% wear fake shoes and clothes, while they are crying out that their work is pirated, that in my opinion defines hypocrisy.

You dey pirate Gucci work but you no wan make dem touch your song. You dey wear fake Rolex wey you buy for traffic, come dey vex say dem dey sell your movie for the same traffic, you be cow, maaluu. ~FRZ.



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