Can you think of anything worse than living to stunt and having very few people to witness your drip in person?
If you’ve been alive for the past few months, then you’ve definitely been in some type of lockdown, isolation or quarantine because of the virus. Your eyebrows have probably grown out. Little children can definitely swing from your leg hairs and don’t even get me sytarted on your hairline. A travesty.
Which is why, if you have a tiny helping of a conscience within you, you’ll spare a thought for a group of people especially hit by the measures we’ve all had to adopt – the fashionistas. Think of what they have to go through
Getting dressed up with nowhere to go but Instagram
Imagine the injustice.
Missing the looks of envy when you walk into any setting dressed to kill these hoes
Who’s going to use side-eye to gauge my outfit at home now? My mommy?
Getting dressed up, make-up too just to sit down at home and watch Prison Break season 1 – 74
But is it fair to them?
Using WAEC seriousness to prepare for all the big clothing challenges on social media
Bop Daddy challenge? Check. Don’t Rush? Check. That one where you flex with one item of clothing you have in abundance? Triple check.
Waiting patiently for another challenge you can jump on because they have to feel your fineness somehow on these streets.
What’s up TikTok?
How they’ll prepare for the first event, the moment they say streets are safe to go outside again
You already know.