10 Most Controversial Pictures of Celebrities Spotted at the Durban July.

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Here are 2022 most controversial pictures of celebrities spotted at the Hollywoodbets Durban July.

1. Zola Nombona

The beautiful talented proud Xhosa actress was spotted at the Durban July VIP parking Lot. Her dress pays homage to Orlando Pirate's 85th anniversary.

2. Jessica Nkosi

The Zulu goddess clearly understood the actual theme 'Show me your honey' and chose a black and yellow gown which suits her curvey body perfectly.

3. Linda Mtoba

The Mzansi Magic telenovela superstar, Linda Mtoba was definitely a queen amongst kings with her unique amazingly crafted flowered designer dress.

4. Bokang Montjane

The natural beauty queen and established bussines woman was also at Durban July. She was spotted dressed in a royal black floor sweeper dress.

5. Carol Tshabalala Manana

The beautiful Supersport anchor and broadcaster was spotted looking absolutely stunning in a multi colored outfit.

6. Kgomotso Ndungane

The Real Housewives of Johannesburg star also served at the Durban July.

7. Minnie Dlamini

Minnie Dlamini's outfit caused a lot of tension in social media, most of her followers were disappointed by her simplicity. Either way the star definitely looked amazing for a person who just got divorced.

8. Pabi Cooper

The beautiful platinum selling amapiano singer was also spotted looking dapper in a shinny diamond dress.

9. Somizi Mhlongo

Somizi Somgaga Mhlongo definitely deserves a wuu shame for his audacious second outfit. The legend slayed a orange tuxedo with black shades.

10. Thulisile Phongolo

Do you think this year's Durban July was perfect ? and who's your favorite celebrity from list above?


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