Cool FM on air personality Freeze has revealed that most celebrities wear fake accessories and are not bold enough to tweet the receipt of these accessories, he also said he has wrist watches worth $200,000. “Not like how many, like how much.I have maybe $200,000 in wristwatches. What I am wearing now is a Rolex Daytona, I got it from Polo for Christmas. It cost about $30,000. Polo is Nigeria’s only authorised dealer, so I bought it from the company and I love it. First thing first, for all the entertainers putting up pictures of their accessories on Instagram, can they please tweet the receipt from an authorised dealer. Trust me, I have seen too many celebs wear fake stuffs. You can tell that they don’t know what they are wearing. Of course, there are a few brand names like D’banj, Don Jazzy, P-Square or Wizkid that would not wear fake. I have seen them wear good watches. But there are some other people who I have seen wear funny looking pieces. There was one particular musician that I saw wearing a Rolex and the gold was fading. Rolex never uses gold plates, they use pure gold. If you see anything gold on a Rolex, it is pure gold. When I saw that, I was disappointed at the musician, especially because of the level of respect I had for the musician. There is no such thing like buying a Rolex with a credit card. You can’t buy a Rolex with a credit card; who are you? Diddy? For you to be able to walk away with a £20,000 watch, you would have a substantial amount of money in that card.” © 2014 Nigeriafilms.com Click the link below to go to... Peter And Paul Okoye Set To Have Their White Wedding Together In Dubai Zaron Ghana Not Happy With Brand Icon-Yvonne Nelson As One Of The People Who Have Been Involved In Bleaching Cases TIWA SAVAGE'S FATHER-IN-LAW MARRIES YOUNGER LOVER! ...Gets seventh child Featured Movie star, Doris Simeon Raises An Alarm Over Impersonator Using Her Name For Fraudulent Act Uche Jombo Sends Birthday Message To Hubby How the entertainment industry fared in 2013
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