Despite the trend in fashion today where many materials are termed "unisex" because they fit both genders comfortably, there are still some accessories that can be strictly taken to be either for men or women. This is seen in some clothing designs, shoes, and bags.
Meanwhile, Nigerian Grammy award winner and pop star artist, Burna Boy has shared a photo of himself carrying a yellow handbag. The handbag known as Bottega Veneta is most commonly meant for women as every bit of it's design is feminine.
The bag is currently in vogue among women as it is a high quality and moderately affordable bag.
See the pictures he shared on his Instagram status few hours ago.
Reacting to the pictures after they were shared on Linda Ikeji's blog page on Instagram, many people suggested that he may be carrying the bag for his woman.
Some mentioned his girlfriend, Stefflon Don and assumed she is the owner of the bag.
Others said it is fashion and he can rock it as long as he chose to.
Check out some of the top reactions below.
Looking at the bag, do you think it is unisex or he is carrying it for a woman?
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