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Drama as Businessman Yinka Ash calls out singer Lyta for wearing a fake version of his brand

The streets of Instagram are crawling with netizens gasping for breath over recent occurrences. Businessman Yinka Ash just called out singer Lyft for wearing a fake version of his clothing brand Ashluxe.

Yinka Ash drags Lyta for wearing a fake Ashlux shirt.

Yinka Ash posted a screenshot from Lyta’s page, where the singer wore an allegedly fake version of an Ashluxe shirt, and apparently, tagged the original brand.

In a tweet, Yinka Ash also sent out a warning to prospective fake designer buyers who had the audacity to tag him. He said he would call them out, and Lyta made the cut this time around.

Yinka Ash sends out a warning to people buying the fake versions of his brand.Yinka Ash sends out a warning to people buying the fake versions of his brand.

Netizens weren’t entirely supportive of Yinka Ash calling out Lyta, and here are some of their reactions;

letterbaror wrote, “Mak una leave am alone Abeg”

laura.baby wrote, “I get he’s trying to protect his brand but he should have reached out to him privately rather than doing this”

ephizy wrote, “This Boy Don Suffer, Please Send Him Original One Instead.”

teenah_hair wrote, “Oya buy the original one for him ode”

w.u.r.a.h wrote, “Please leave this boy alone nahh. he’s clearly going through a rough phase…. no be designer be everybody problem”

kingkopay wrote, “Agbaya, y’all just hating on this kid for no reason.”

amywigshop wrote, “They shouldn’t let this boy commit suicid*… Perhaps his wearing ash and your own is ashluxe”

dayo_babayomi wrote, “Let him wear his fake shirt in peace Olosi…. na una Dev make dem do dirty stuff”

glenholdens wrote, “What if it was a customized gift from someone to him”

1xodon wrote, “dem wan finish the gas for him lyta”

confidencedave wrote, “This is not fair button”

The general tone towards Lyta being dragged by Yinka Ash was kind, as he seemed to have won over the hearts of many Nigerians.

Lyta has had quite a rollercoaster ride in his career. At first, he was signed by Olamide, but he left after a while, claiming that his songs weren’t being promoted like the other signees.

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