Liz Da Silva is a Togo born Nollywood actress who has been featured in many Nollywood movies, and was reported to have converted from Christianity to Islam a few years back.
All that being said, Da Silva is in the news for some different reasons this week, she was #flexinforthegram – posting purchases of a pair of powder blue Christian Louboutin shoes and light pink Chanel bag. What Da Silva didn’t realize was that its #clapbackseason, ladies and gentlemen and fans were quick to put her in check about the allegedly fake purchases.
However Da Silva had a clap back of her own, just over three hours ago she wrote on her Instagram page:
When aiye is not seriously doing me from TOGO🙄 😀 why on earth would I buy REAL ORIGINAL shoe that I LIZDASILVA will step on ground!!! KO JOOOO, (WHEN IT’S NOT GOLD) all in the name of class? I wear/carry copied shoes/bags and 99.9% of sensible human around the WORLD does for crying out loud, what matters most to me is FITNESS (1). if you dnt like the shoe biko jump inside lagoon + make sure you LOCATE the middle as in the deepest area to enable hungry FISHES receive you without you suffering much, (2). LAGOS/IBADAN EXPRESS needs some paintings as JULIUS BERGER workers are still @ duty😱, YOU GET OPTION🙈 so change your ways and spend the coin in your acct WISELY!!! I no be Omo DANGOTE/OTEDOLA, I KNOW WHERE AM COMING FROM🙃🙃🙃
This gist comes just a few weeks after fans went ham on Nigerian based blogger and mogul Linda Ikeji for posting pics of a fake Hermès bag. One fan screenshot proof from the company’s Instagram page allegedly showing the bag was fake.
#Clapbackseason is on and in full effect.