Posted on Wed 3 May 2017, 04:11 PM

The 2017 Met Gala which held  in New York, is attracting attention from many quarters. One of the outfit worn by celebrities at the event which has kept tongues wagging is that of International music artiste, Rihanna.

She wore a floral, asymmetrical dress by Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo. It was slashed at the thigh and covered in bold colored discs layered like flower petals, paired with gladiator-style stilettos with red straps wrapped around her leg from ankle to thigh.

Limpopo crooner, Kcee, wondered why the dress has received so much commendations from Nigerians, the same people that will virtually tear him into shreds for attempting to make a fashion statement.

"I've watched you all shower praises on Rihanna for this outfit but if it's me now all of you will instantly turn into fashion professors and carry the matter for una head like Lai Mohammed Senegalese jellof rice.... oh well I love you too mami. No problem God dey," Kcee said.

Acclaimed British broadcaster, Piers Morgan, threw his frustration to the public by saying that celebrities are competing for who will be the craziest in abuse of decency.

"Most of these monstrosities would have been thrown off set for dragging the futuristic franchise’s stylists into disrepute – only to then re-appear as extras on The Walking Dead.  Prompting the obvious question: what is wrong with these people?

"They’re fabulously rich and successful, adored by millions, and able to hire the finest experts on the planet to guide them through any sartorial minefield.

"Yet each year, on the biggest date in the fashion calendar, they spend tens of thousands of dollars morphing themselves into catastrophically ill-judged clothes horses joined by one common quality: excruciatingly bad taste.

 

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