100 thoughts on “The Congo Dandies: living in poverty and spending a fortune to look like a million dollars

  1. They buy expensive cloths but don't have the money to get them tailored, the look horrible too baggy. 🤷🏼‍♂️

  2. At 5:30 he kicked that dog is the time he just killed his own worthless soul HE'S A BIG BLACK PIECE OF CRAP hurting animals says alot about who you are and he's an animal not a human

  3. This…….IS DISGUSTING… especially the asshole going on about a suffering sister and him buying shoes for 3 000 000 ( 3000) instead of helping his family….AND HE SMILES ABOIT IT… he says . I get credit
    ….HOW DOES HE PAY IT BACK??? SELLING HIS SISTER and HER KIDS….??? organs??? Seriously… he says hes a civil servant… THAT DOES NOT PAY 3 000 000 FOR HIS JOB IN A YEAR!!!!!!!!! Ask him how much he makes in a year… and the 3 million was JUST FOR THE SHOES ..!!!! nothing else ….. this is deplorable AND MATERIALISM.. AND narcissism
    ..AT BEST …. fucking ridiculous…

  4. I'm all for respecting cultures but you'd go into debt to buy clothes and accessories than to better you and your families lives you really need a bitch slap of truth because your dumb ass is so stupid you'd try and drown a fish because it didn't comment favorably on your clothes

  5. The 70's called. They want their fashion back. Instead of buying $60.00 converse, You can get 2 cans of paint and paint your house and make that look nice.
    The dude in the blue suit the jacket doesn't fit, it's too tight on him.

  6. All that shit is knockoff apparel from Hong Kong. …
    I can buy all of that garbage for under $100.00 usd

  7. They sacrificed their lives for LA sape and got nothing? Well its not a worthy investment or sacrifice….what do you expect.

  8. I get why they want to wear these fancy clothes, a lot of people are criticizing them but maybe they just want to feel good in nice clothing

  9. The fact that Iive In the US and they live in Africa while wearing expensive as clothes is sad 😂 I’m stuck here wearing some 30-40 dollar outfit 😂

  10. Im pretty sure his clothes are knock-offs or a cheap pieces of crap. Not surprised though to see a black man waste his money on clothing or jewelry etc rather than his family

  11. No matter where niggaz going to be niggaz always running after designer clothes, shoes, watches, and cars he could simply be rich man if he played his cards right

  12. Sad really. However, just goes to show that people all over the world will spend money on what they cannot afford. In the Congo its clothes, in the west its McMansions and ridiculously expensive cars. All bought on credit and really owned by the banks.

  13. Notice how poverty is directly proportional to the no of kids people have. The more poverty ridden they are, more kids they go on to have. What a tragedy

  14. Meanwhile Bill Gates is chilling in shorts and a t-shirt that probably cost no more than $30. Real wealth resides in the mind, people.

  15. Hmm, I wonder how a jungle-bunny could afford to dress like an insane parrot, while everyone else around him struggles to simply put food on the table? It couldn't be some illegal business, could it?
    Naaah…

  16. He could have bought a plot of land which by the looks of things, he desperately needs but he bought shoes and this woman stayed in this relationship

  17. If I owned a major clothing label i would have them label it. They represent pride in clothes very well. It's still a silly practice though

  18. Hahhahaha a men wearing a signatured clothes living in a slum area? Funny mind set…. And a great example of poverty.. Poor men they are…
    Wearing a glistening clothes can't hide their true personality… Materialistic

  19. Dam how stupid
    Instead of spending the money on clothes he could have invested on a business earn more than buy it later better to buy cars iPhone I watch and gold necklace

  20. In that poverty look that people are happy. Laughing and hugging eachother. We thing we rich .but we forget to laughing and happy life. Money give only products

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