Caramel Plug, a Nigerian content creator is currently being dragged on Twitter by clothe vendors who alleged that she is not meeting up agreement.
Several cloth vendors have accused her of not giving proper credit for the clothes she receives from them.
The situation escalated when a cloth vendor alleged that Caramel had received free clothing from her but failed to fulfill her promise of giving credit in return.
This is coming days after Caramel faced heavy backlash for not disclosing the name of a Nigerian brand she wore to an event, despite openly acknowledging the foreign designers of her shoe and bag.
Ruchy, a cloth vendor, said Caramel accepted a dress as a gift but neglected to provide the promised credit on social media.
Ruchy supported her claim with purported evidence, sharing screenshots of their conversations, which included an instance where Caramel tagged Zara, instead of giving credit to her.
In contrast to the allegations, another vendor named shared her side of the story, including screenshots of her conversation with Caramel, which showed a clear payment receipt for the dress.
Layi clarified that when customers purchase items from her, they are not obligated to tag her brand on social media since they have already fully paid for the product.
These IG celebs wear counterfeit clothes and still have the audacity to tag the real designers.
Na Rucchy give you clothes, na Zara you Dey tag
Omo Lile😂🏾 pic.twitter.com/Kdwi95raAC
— Temitopę🪐 (@TycoonRazzi) July 25, 2023