“Repeating garments demonstrates you’re the legitimate owner,” says Daniel Regha, a Twitter star, as he strolls his 10-year-old native to an awards presentation.

Daniel Regha, a well-known Twitter personality, made an unusual fashion statement at a weekend award presentation.

Daniel, who is known for tweeting his fiery takes on current events, wore his 10-year-old native attire to the 2022 TrendUpp Awards on Sunday, June 12.

After the event, the outspoken tweeter intimated that he donned the clothing on purpose to make a point on Twitter.

He claims that, contrary to popular belief, celebrities should not wear the same clothing twice because they are public figures, wearing the same outfit twice indicates that they are the true owners of the garment.

He posted an old photo of himself in traditional garb, as well as a photo at the award show, with the caption,

“Wore my 10 years native outfit to the TrendUpp Awards 2022, I looked effortlessly handsome; Repeating clothes proves you’re the legit owner, & I’m too real to fake it cos authenticity pays. Self-contented.
#TrendUppAwards2022.”

Netizens have reacted to his escapade in various ways. Take a look at how some people reacted in the comments section below.

@uncle_sarm wrote,

“It is so unfair to wear one cloth for 10 years, you could have easily gone to the boutique to get another one and let that atire have some peace, but you decided to keep punishing this poor cloth, i think you should stop this act as it does not speak good of you, no shades!”

@Eternal_naija wrote,

“The only reason a person will wear the same cloth they had 10 years ago is poverty. Extreme poverty.

Go and look for money and buy clothes. You are so poor and trying to cover it up with motivational speech.”

@Blaq_uche wrote,

“Omo! You don’t add weight? 10yrs same outfit and it fits perfectly! 

I can’t even fit into my clothes from 6months ago ”

@heykynz wrote,

“Daniel, send your measurements to my DM let me make you another attire so that you can retire this one. You only have to pay for delivery.

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