Eliud Kipchoge has made it to the trending topic once again. He has represented Kenya in another huge way.
As of yesterday, pictures of him have been doing rounds after he made it on the feature of one of the biggest magazines in the world, Gentlemen’s Quarterly (GQ).
He talked about his career then had a photoshoot with the magazine wearing some of the world’s most expensive fashion brands.
Manz is now a Fendi Men.
TODAY MARKS THE RELEASE OF THE CONVERSATION I HAD WITH @GQ. I PUT THE LINK IN MY BIO FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE. I HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY SEEING ME WEAR SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR A CHANGE!’ Eliud took to tweeter.
All the outfits Kipchoge posed in cost a total estimate of ksh4,543,800.
In as much as he was dressed in many of the most expensive designer clothes and shoes, Kenyans were not really happy with most of the clothes he wore.
Kiss FM’s Chito took to social media to air his views on the fuss that our INEOS Challenge king was featured by GQ.
“Guys let’s be honest. I am absolutely proud of the fact that the king made it to GQ magazine but, the way Kingchoge has been dressed. I get the clad is expensive but eish!! It doesn’t look like him, I personally like the polo t-shirt in leather pants, that particular attire gives him classic vibe. The rest for me looked very off.” hE POSTED
Kipchoge is Kenya’s pride and joy and so many people were very invested in his image.
Here are a few disappointed KOT members who couldn’t hold their comments back:
Joshua: When I saw #Kipchoge trending, I thought he had donated some millions to fight #Covid_19, kumbe ni nguo amevaa expensive
Jackson: @GQMagazinehas dressed our son@EliudKipchoge for a witch competition in West Africa. the whites have managed to turn our son to a clown and whitewashing his all achievements. Am convening a Nandi council of elders meeting to cleanse this boy.
David: My friend #Kipchoge looking like Whitney Houston without her hair
Simon: Kipchoge looks like hao police walikua Wana fight during colonialism
Elsie: Who is this misleading Kipchoge?
Steve: GQ got uncle Eliud looking like he has two Grammys . Mans looks like he was the lead Choreographer for Sauti Sol’s Suzanna Video. Uncle looks like the guy in the village in the 90’s who used to own a Pajero. They have uncle Eliud looking like a New Edition band member. Long live Uncle Eliud 🔥🔥🔥
Cornel: Wamepigisha Kipchoge luku Hadi anakaa wale maodi wa pre-independence bana. Hata kama joh
Kipchige still remains the love of may Kenyans but clearly they feel GQ did not do him any justice. Fashionistas, what do you think?