- Ghanaian highlife musician Kuami Eugene has been criticized for claiming his sneaker costs $700, an equivalent of GHC3800
- In a video, Kuami Eugene flaunted his Zara sneakers, bluffing that he bought it at an expensive price
- Luck eluded the musician when social media users slammed him, revealing the real price of the sneaker
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Award-winning musician Kuami Eugene has landed himself in trouble after bluffing about how expensive his sneaker was.
According to the 'Angela' hitmaker, he bought the Zara sneakers for a whopping amount of GHC3,800.0
In a video that has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Kuami claimed his sneaker was expensive but got exposed by social media users.
After blogger Nkonkonsa asked the price of his sneakers, Kuami Eugene said: "oh it is Zara, I bought it I think $700 dollars."
However, fans and social media users claimed Kuami Eugene told a lie as they took to the comment section jab him:
@kobbydanso87 slammed Kuami Eugene: "700 wat? Comot fr der..... de highest Zara footwear wnt b up to 100 dollars mpo."
@papajaymhensah mentioned the price he bought the same sneakers: "Heeerh i have the same zara shoe, i bought it 45chf which is 45$ or so sia.. why u dey lie."
@kli.ffff had this to say: "I like your shoe but I have the original this 60$ shoe with free shipping.. ah This boy paa."
@carbenetpappy exposed Kuami Eugene: "Those are 60€ sneakers from Zara though."
@dennis_twumasi_14 commented: "This shoe is not even up to $100."
Meanwhile, Kuami Eugene made a U-turn in the comment section, admitting that he lied about the price of his sneakers.
He wrote "I lie U Konkonsah I buy the thing like $1 . Matrikiwo ," revealing that he may have been joking.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Funny Face after he flaunted Adebayor's mansion and cars.
In the video, the comedian was seen in Adebayor's East Legon mansion as he showed-off the player's Panamera cars and others.
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