Trolls caught up to Latto, and the most ridiculous forms of dragging a celebrity were exhibited over the weekend. On Sunday 29th, a lame Twitter troll called out Latto for wearing the same kind of panties twice. The panty police probably have no idea more than one panty can have the same design.
Latto while replying to the panty police came up with a silly business idea. According to Latto, since she is not allowed to wear the same parties twice, she will be selling her used panties on eBay. In a few minutes, Latto auctioned her used panties on eBay and garnered 80 bids with a $95,000 highest bid.
The post was taken down but the rapper was determined, so she reposted it, and currently, she has over $90,000 in bids on her used panties. Someone call law enforcement or anyone who can stop this sh-t.
After being called out by a Twitter troll yesterday for seemingly wearing the same panties with different outfits, Latto is turning a negative into a positive by selling her panties on eBay.
On Monday evening (Jan. 30), Latto announced that she had started an eBay auction for her cheetah-print panties—similar to those a critic on Twitter called out Latto for wearing. “Auction live on eBay since I can’t wear them twice Link in bio,” Latto wrote in an Instagram post with an image of the eBay listing featuring her panties.
The bidding began at 99 cents and had climbed over $95,000 with more than 80 bids entered. Latto’s original listing was removed from the platform for about 30 minutes. She has since listed the panties again here. The new listing currently has bids over $90,000.
Yesterday (Jan. 29), Twitter user @extraathique posted two images of Latto dressed in various outfits on different occasions. In each of the images, the rapper is seen wearing the same kind of cheetah-print panties. “Can’t afford new panties ?” the Twitter user wrote, insinuating Latto wears the same underwear daily.
Later in the day, Latto responded with, “Oh no, it’s the panty police.”
Then today, Latto continued the conversation over on her Instagram Story, where she showed a closer look at her underwear drawer. Several of the same pair of cheetah-print panties were included with the tags on them.
“These are all my Target panties that caused such a discrepancy yesterday,” she said. “So um, $5 at Target. Here’s the cheetah stash. So, that’s two, three, four, yeah, clean. Five. Oh look, this one has a brand new tag on it. So that’s cute.”
Latto’s eBay listing for her panties ends on Thurs., Feb. 2 at 7:54 p.m. If the early bidding is any indication of what the final sale will be, Latto could have a very large amount to add to her bank account this week.
After all, we went through in 2020 together, y’all are bold to be rushing on people’s used panties?