Black Twitter accuses Lady Zamar's stylist of dressing her like a Teletubbie

Black Twitter accuses Lady Zamar's stylist of dressing her like a Teletubbie

Lady Zamar performed at the Miss South Africa 2018 pageant on Sunday night, but instead of her amazing talent stealing the show, her outfit did- and not for the good reasons.

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On 27 May, 12 ladies competed for the Miss South Africa crown, and it was one glamorous show- Bonang Matheba was the host, the contestants looked stunning, but then it was time for Lady Zamar to take the stage.

Although she was praised for her exceptional vocals, a lot of people could not stop staring at her outfit.

It did not take South Africans long to take to social media to express their concern that her stylist might have a personal vendetta against her.

Black Twitter then accused Lady Zamar's stylist of sabotaging her, some even said she drew inspiration from the Teletubbies.

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And, in true Black Twitter style, the memes and comments came streaming in.

However, not everyone agreed with those who slammed the singer's attire, some even felt she was just doing her.

"I don’t understand why everyone is losing their minds and being judgmental of the only woman on that stage who looked like herself.", one Instagram user wrote.

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