Media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones, attended the E! Entertainment's 15th year in Africa celebration last night, all dolled up as usual. However, this time tweeps were not impressed and even called her out on what she wore.
Minnie Dlamini is one of Mzansi' most fabulous fahionistas around. She always pulled a crowd whenever she walked any red carpet event and once even received the glamour award for most stylish celeb.
But social media users were shocked at what she wore at last night's E! Entertainment's 15th year in Africa celebrations. We believed she tried to pull off a Marilyn Monroe look but tweeps were not impressed.
Minnie shared lots of snaps of her dress she wore on her Instagram account and even mentioned she was styled by her designer, Gert Johan Coetzee. Take a look below to see the dress.
Social media users were shocked at what she wore last night. She was dressed in a bright pink off-shoulder evening dress with a thigh-high slit by designer Gert Johan Coetzee. What shocked her fans even more is that hideous lighter shade of gloves she wore that went all the way up to her arms pits.
Social media users believed Minnie tried to pull off this 60's look like Marilyn Monroe, but it certainly didn't work. Some even believed that Minnies' designer, who she loves so much, could be sabotaging her.
Take a look at some of the comments below.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones, decided to be like Beyoncé and share some tips on how singles ladies can get their man to 'put a ring on it'.
As a happily married woman, Minnie Dlamini thought she was the best person to dish out this advice through a video on social media. In her video on Instagram, she reveals that sacrifice is a great quality to show in a relationship.
We can see Minnie sitting and watching a soccer match with her then-boyfriend, Quinton, even though she is bored as hell. But in the end, it paid off - she became Mrs Jones.
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