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LOL! Actress Mona Monyane pokes fun at LV’s giant bag [watch]

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Oct 30, 2021

Years ago, Louis Vuitton debuted its jumbo bag that is strikingly similar to the bag that African women often use to go shopping with. The bag caused quite a stir in South Africa as locals instantly realised that it was very similar to the bag we have come to know and love. And now SA actress Mona Monyane has come out to poke fun at the giant bag.

LV’s jumbo bag gets trolled by Mona Monyane in hilarious clip

Fashion is forever evolving and sometimes the things that get showcased on the runaway are bizarre as ever.

One such designer item that South Africans seemingly can’t get over is a giant Louis Vuitton bag that looks shockingly similar to the jumbo checkered print shopping bags that our grannies often used when they went shopping.

@Gaopalelwe_: If you don’t know what to do with your money, you can give Louis Vuitton ZAR3500 for this Goduka. pic.twitter.com/nOxld7l2ti

— Duchess of Healing (@sindivanzyl) September 5, 2015

Local actress Mona Monyane is one of the people who can’t believe that some people are actually carrying the large bag around in the name of fashion.

Taking to Instagram, she shared a clip of herself poking some fun at the pricey Louis Vuitton bag while wearing a gown and the large shopping bag on her arm.

“Because LV really did that Yhu… this planet and its people…#PrivelegeMustBeRevised#SarcasmIsAnArt,” she captioned her hilarious post.

Mzansi can’t deal

Her comment section was soon full of comments from her family and friends who laughed out loud at how she was making fun of the big and expensive bag. Many of them once again remarked how closed the bag resembled our grannies’ shopping bags.

kevinmaduna_m said:

“It’s the “halala Louis for me”

infinite67_ said:

“we spoke about this before”

feziwe5826 said:

“Yes tshomii have with pink stripes,it is another vintage as well, beautiful.”

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