Lebese's insane R32k Gucci drip

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George Lebese has proven himself to be the Gucci king with his expensive outfits and this time around the baller did not disappoint with a new outfit from the luxury brand that is worth R32 000.   

The former Kaizer Chiefs man knows how to deliver on the pitch as his career has seen him play for some of the biggest sides in the DStv Premiership while off the field he consistently drips from head to toe on social media.   

When it comes to clothing, Lebese is anything but modest but there is no reason for him to be as he single-handedly worked for the money he earns today and deserves to spoil himself.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see Lebese's R32k drip

The free-agent has a following of at least 373k on Instagram, as fans follow to see some of the biggest clothing manufacturers and check on the 33-year-old's football ventures.  

In the past, we covered the baller's stunning R13 000 outfit and this time around, Lebese has outdone himself with an even more expensive thread that is worth more than double the price of his previous Gucci drip.   

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The first part of his latest drip consists of Gucci Flashtrek sneakers that reportedly cost $975 (R14 686), according to Farfetch. These shoes are unique in their look and the star is one of the few South African ballers that can afford these kicks.    

On his body, the free agent is wearing a Gucci FW21 Polo t-shirts that Kickscrew report is usually sold in the region of $940 (R14 157). Taking his outfit up to R28k and that is excluding his Gucci Reversible Bucket Hat that is valued at R4 000 according to esntlfurniture 

To complete his outfit, he wore Assets shorts which were produced by the Affordable luxury clothing brand’ he has started named ‘Assets Clothing’. 

Your thoughts, please? 

What do you think of this expensive drip? 

Here are some pictures of Lebese's Gucci outfit he showed off in October 

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