Keyshia Ka’oir and City Girls rapper Yung Miami were caught rocking the same Louis Vuitton zipper pants and top. The beauty boss of Ka’Oir Cosmetics, Ka’oir is also known as Miss Davis, the wife of rapper Gucci Mane.
Ka’oir was seen in Philadelphia on April 23 sporting her ‘fit with a hot pink snakeskin leather bag, brown ankle boots, glasses, and iced out necklaces, bracelets, and a ring at a 76ers-Nets game, a 122-100 Philadelphia victory that clinched a 4-1 win over Brooklyn in the teams’ NBA Eastern Conference first-round playoff series.
Yung Miami was seen rocking the pricey look last weekend with Louis Vuitton Laureate platform desert boots, and her official City Girls chain along with diamond bracelets at the Rolling Loud Music Festival. The monogram giant print jogging pants retail for $1,600 by themselves, while the monogram giant print shirt is priced at $1,800 for an overall price of $3,400 for the set.
So, who wore it best? Let’s see what Instagram users had to say:
“Yung Miami Period”
“Keyshia for sure”
“Miami did her one”
“Stop playing with keyshia”
“Miami too easy.”
While some fans battled back and forth about who wore it best, others zeroed in on Ka’oir’s tiny waist.
“Keyshia wanna look like a mannequin so bad 🙄”
Another user noted that “ Keyshia looks sick 🤢 she needs to leave that body alone now.”
@Loovlee8No commented “No shade, but Keyshia looks like she’s killing herself tryna have that barbie waist. Smh!”
This isn’t the first time Ka’oir has received criticism about her waist. When spotted in Boston at the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals playoff game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics on May 3, Ka’oir posted a picture with her husband on Instagram with the caption: “My husband thinks he’s my bodyguard LOL! Always in protection mode” with a blue heart and “#MyProtector” hashtag.
Ka’Oir rocked a white-and-blue Chanel cardigan with a pair of blue jeans that hugged her waist and caused social media users to compare her waistline to that of a Barbie doll. Despite some critiques, many people felt that the beauty entrepreneur and fitness enthusiast was “snatched.”