- The first drama-filled episode of the new series recently aired
- Tweeps were taken aback at the amount of money these women had
- Twitter was quick to weigh in about Lendy’s accent and the vegan menu debacle
‘The Real Housewives of Jo’burg’ aired its first episode last night and it’s fair to say that no one knew that the cast had that much money.
Reality TV fans rejoiced as Mzansi got its own version of the franchise.
Briefly.co.za learned that viewers are still getting used to the cast and are yet to decide on who’s side they will be on.
Huffington Post reports that the cast is made up of some of Jozi’s wealthiest women.
Mother and daughter team, Evodia and Mercy Mogase feature in the show. Evodia owns a catering business while her daughter is a motivational speaker.
Brinette Seopela is a beauty entrepreneur with her own spa.
Naledi Willers currently studies law and is married to Metro Fm’s Naked Dj but she is a former Miss Botswana Second Princess.
Lawyer turned businesswoman, Christell Kay also joins the lineup alongside golfer, Busisiwe Ter Mors, also known as Lendy.
Briefly.co.za reported that Christell is looking at branching out into the music industry.
After airing, Twitter was a hive of activity as viewers reacted to the first episode.
If tweeps’ reactions are anything to go by, the show is going to be just as juicy as its international counterparts.
One of the first things viewers picked up on, was Lendy’s accent.
Although born in South Africa, she grew up in England but viewers questioned the authenticity of her accent.
Most tweeps were caught up in the lavish lifestyle that these women have.
One of the big scandal’s in the first episode was the question of the menu at Themba and Brinelle’s traditional wedding.
While all other guests were satisfied, Mercy became vocal about having a special menu for her since she is vegan.
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