June 14, 2024

Layi shared screenshots of her chat with Caramel, including the payment receipt, as proof of their transaction.

Content creator, Caramel Plug is currently trending on Twitter after being called out by a cloth vendor for allegedly receiving free clothes but failing to give credit.

This comes days after she was heavily criticized for not disclosing the name of a Nigerian brand she wore to an event, despite openly mentioning the foreign designers of her shoe and bag.

Following the incident, a vendor came out to claim Caramel bought the dress from her and promised to give her credit, but failed to do so.

She also accused the skit maker of promising to credit her on social media in exchange for free dresses but not following through.

Ruchy shared a purported evidence of their conversations to support her claim, highlighting an instance when Caramel tagged the Spanish fashion brand, Zara, instead of crediting her for the dress she received for free.

See the dress and their alleged chat below,

This sparked a huge controversy on social media, with many berating Caramel for allegedly living a fake life online.

Amidst the ongoing drama, another vendor named Layi came forward to contradict the first vendor’s claim.

Layi shared screenshots of her chat with Caramel, including the payment receipt, as proof of their transaction.

She also clarified that customers who buy clothes from her are not obliged to tag her brand on social media since they have fully paid for the product.

She wrote,

She wrote,

“It’s my customers right to decide whether to tag our brand or not. Cause you paid for it! Which I don’t take for granted if you tag me to your post A 4.
But you claiming you sold the dress when you don’t even have the cloth on you page is funny asl,cause you saw the dress trending then you want to use it to shine??
Madam we will shine together, the difference here is we collected money.
I gift my sure customers a lot so that is the smallest thing we do here”

See below,

Meanwhile, Caramel is yet to react to the accusation.

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