BUSTED! 7 Celebs Spotted Rerunning The Same Pieces Over and Over Again

They may be superstars but they aren’t above wearing something they absolutely adore over and over again. Never mind that they probably own a hundred of that same beloved piece and wear a different one each day. And so what if the millions of other items they own are just sitting in their apartment-sized closet collecting dust. Everyone has the right to run his or her favorite something into the ground. These seven celebs included.

 

 

Jay-Z

 

We are sure these are a few out of the thousands of Yankee fitteds Jay owns. Apparently, one can’t rep NY enough.

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  1. says:

    Okay. I’ve never posted before but just had to this time.

    GET REAL! You are talking about pieces that cost thousands of dollars. Are you really dogging someone for carrying a 20K Burken bag more than once?

  2. says:

    this article is really stupid! if they wear it over its their own they could wear it more than 1s! get over it!!

  3. says:

    Ok so they wasted a whole article complaining about the same accessories more than once smh

  4. says:

    So i’m guessing the editor of this post doesn’t repeat anything? :/ Get out of here. If i pay money for something, i’m gonna use it/wear it/rock it as much times as I want! No matter how much it cost

  5. says:

    Ummm, I guess since they’re “celebrities” they’re excluded from being human and wearing articles of clothing or accessories more than once, huh???

  6. says:

    I thought this article meant they constantly wear the same thing. I mean jay’s hat is him representing NY so what! But turns out everyone else only wore accessories a couple times, you cant reuse something you spent a lot of money on?

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