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  • The ripped jeans to never try in public

    The ripped jeans to never try in public

    Ripped jeans have been part of fashion trends since their inception.

    But the latest form of ripped jeans that merely covers up any skin has become something to talk about following a woman’s bravery to wear such at a shopping centre.

    The South African published the initial article highlighting the craze that followed the woman after she rocked the stylish torn pants.

    As expected, her jeans which revealed some of her private body parts, attracted attention making it difficult for her to complete her shopping due to videos and snaps being taken of her.

    ALSO READ: Ama 2000 lady brings mall to a standstill [pics]

    Hours after the article was published, the piece trended due to the positive and negative reactions it gained.


    Ita Dunn said: “She had her 5min of fame. Only she will know if she is proud of herself or ashamed”.

    Mamalife Chisaino: “Women let’s start teaching each other what is right and wrong we are abusing Man In directly this is not right”.


    Bandile Andries said: “Take her to MTN taxi rank and I promise you she would never ever want to expose her body like that again to the public cause those taxi drivers in MTN taxi rank will give her exactly the attention she’s desperately looking for”.

    Jacqueline Steyn: “No respect for herself nor anyone around her. Unfortunately, it’s people like this that land in trouble and when it happens tears are too late”.

    Mathulwe Solly: “This is public indecency if she was at the mall I blame security officers who were on duty and their company mall manager as well”.

    Tyelele Mtshali: “Wish they were this brave with positive life changing creativity solutions for themselves and their peers”.

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