Woah Vicky is being accused of flaunting an armful of “fake watches” by a popular Instagram page that prides itself in pointing out celebrities and others who sport fake merchandise.
The social media star took to Instagram and posted a picture of herself wearing four expensive-looking watches. In the photo, posted text which read, “1 million on my arm” with a bunch of fire emojis. Vicky included the same photo in her IG feed, and captioned it, “That new Richard mil makes me feel like a boss.”
It should be noted, the timepiece does appear to be one of the colorful and expensive popular watches. But, an IG account claiming to be run by experts in the field called ‘FakeWatchBusters’ posted the picture and commented, “In our opinion, you’re wearing fake watches….”
Woah Vicky Is Sporting 1 Million In Watches On Her Arm?!
The IG page pointed out specifics of what she was wearing, and how much the real deal would be worth, saying, “A genuine RM27-01 Rafa Nadal worth approx USD 1.5M+ and limited to only 50 pieces worldwide. A genuine RM 011 FM Carbon worth approx USD 300k, and a genuine Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph Chocolate with Rose Gold case worth approx 120k USD.
Again, it should be noted Woah Vicky is a hugely successful celebrity, who makes plenty of money, and can afford such expensive watches. Also, it’s possible she is wearing one of her own, and the others belong to the person riding in the car with her on the IG video.
‘FakeWatchBuster’ Accuses Woah Vicky Of Wearing Fake Merchandise
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Interestingly, the IG page that is trolling Vicky for the fake watches, has a disclaimer about doing it for the right reasons and not just to be a hater. “This is not a hate page, our posts only refer to watches which are obviously fake and are not an attack on the person. All features shown are based on multiple checks, in our opinion from the circumstantial evidence shown through the pictures, the watch is fake. If something is unclear, external experts are also called in. Only watches that have passed this procedure will be published. We distance ourselves from all forms of bullying,” they posted.
Lil’ Baby Buys Fake Watch, Calls Out Jeweler After It’s Pointed Out Online
Also, the ‘FakeWatchBuster’ Instagram page is being followed by many in the entertainment world after a similar post called out rapper Lil’ Baby for a watch they believed to be not authentic. Turns out, they were right, and the jeweler who sold him the piece was forced to make a public statement admitting to the fake.
“We do stand on our name just like he does that’s why today he got those four rings for free and his money back because we didn’t do our homework on the watch and we take full responsibility for that,” a statement read.
At this point, Woah Vicky hasn’t responded to the allegations. Either way, they sure do look good!
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