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South Africa’s Riky Rick who has been in the entertainment industry for more than 5 years is known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to his fashion choices and he recently broke the internet with his latest outfit when the rapper wore a skirt during a recent appearance on ‘Live Amp’.

Although Riky Rick is known and loved for his unique sense of style, some of his fans however think he has taken his love for fashion one step too far this time. See some reactions below:

 

The monochrome gender-fluid ensemble is from the newest menswear collection by revered knitwear fashion brand, Maxhosa by Laduma.

The man behind the brand, Laduma Ngxokolo, insists for starters the correct term for the look is not a skirt or kilt, but rather it’s his interpretation of ibheshu – a calf-skin apron worn by Zulu men. He does, however, confirm that the get-up was heavily influenced by the Scottish kilt. “The collection is called culture, so the whole objective was to celebrate different cultures around the world,” he told Sowetanlive

 

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One Reply to “SOUTH AFRICAN MALE MUSICIAN ROASTED FOR WEARING A SKIRT!”

  1. Nat says: October 29, 2018 at 9:32 am

    Well, I don’t find any issue for him to wear a skirt even if it’s one. Women as well wear trousers and we find it hot. And besides in olden days ancient African men wore things in this style. I think people have to educated on how fashion keeps evolving and let people live in peace.

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