- Nigerian celebrity barman, Cubana Chiefpriest, recently got social media users talking following a post on Instagram
- In an Instagram Story that appears to have been deleted, Chiefpriest shared a photo of himself in a print silk shirt
- According to his caption, the shirt is worth over a million naira, and this has sparked mixed reactions online
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It is no news that celebrities spend loads of money on their looks, and Cubana Chiefpriest is no different.
The PR boss and celebrity barman recently reposted a photo of himself at an event which saw him spotting a print shirt.
In the post's caption, he revealed that the shirt cost N1.3 million.
While the original post appears to have been deleted, a screenshot has since gone viral online.
Mixed reactions to Cubana Chiefpriest's N1.3 million shirt
"People have been wearing it without making noise."
"With that ridiculous price them for press am iron small for you at least nau sir."
"But the buttons are not even in the middle... e no straight, wahala! And how does this info affect us kwanu? More wahala ♀️"
"Iron is only N5000."
"Na because of your size nau extra material cost well well abi size 10 nor be 430k."
"Na why you no iron am."
"Lol. Looks like a shirt you'd get in souvenir shop in Florida."
"All this won't matter in heaven."
"If to say you iron am, I for believe."
"It won't matter in heaven cuz lass lass na white gown we go wear for heaven."
"Light no Dey to iron your 1.3m shirt.Just asking respectfully."
"For shirt they didn't iron well."
Nigerians react to video of extremely ripped denim pants reportedly worth N1.5m
A recently spotted video on Tunde Ednut's page is yet another reminder that this is truly the era of experimental fashion.
In the video, a man is seen holding a pair of denim pants which appear to have been extremely ripped, leaving the seamline and waist area.
The pants have been ripped so much that one can see through them. According to Ednut, the pants reportedly sell for N1.5 million ($1,900).