“Do We Really Know What Calvin Klein Is, or Is It ‘Calni Kean’?” This is the question that netizens raised when Georgina Njenga, a content creator and young mother, recently showcased her new underwear collection.
Georgina Njenga found herself in the eye of a social media storm when accusations surfaced that she was donning counterfeit designer lingerie. This controversy emerged alongside her glamorous photos highlighting a fresh hairstyle and impeccable makeup, exuding an air of confidence.
However, what initially appeared to be a moment for self-celebration soon evolved into a debate about the authenticity of her undergarments. Sharp-eyed netizens were quick to spot what they believed to be a knock-off designer underwear set.
Georgina was spotted wearing a two-piece lingerie set that bore a striking resemblance to the well-known American fashion brand, Calvin Klein. Upon closer scrutiny, the label on her attire intriguingly read “Calni Kean.”
This revelation triggered an influx of comments and posts from netizens, with many assuming that Georgina’s attire was a low-cost imitation of the renowned Calvin Klein brand. The online community wasted no time in poking fun at her choice of attire, prompting the content creator to take defensive actions.
She not only disabled the comment section on her social media posts but also felt compelled to address the mounting criticism. Utilizing her Instagram stories, Georgina shared a photo of her outfit and vehemently denied allegations of wearing counterfeit merchandise.
In an attempt to convey her frustration to the skeptics, she wrote, “First of all, there is a brand called Calni Kean, so mniache (leave me alone).”