The Real Housewives of Lagos launch took place last night and it was not short of drama.
After Bonang was announced the host of the media launch, many looked forward to seeing the Queen doing what she usually does best, and that is to slay as host as well as on the red carpet.
Throughout the week, many celebrities confirmed that they would be attending the launch which meant that serious fashion would be served.
Social media users tuned into Twitter to witness the dresses/suits that some of their favorite stars would be wearing. Mean girl and Real Housewives of Durban star LaConco made an appearance on the red carpet, leaving many social media users. Tweeps started dragging her for her outfit.
Tweeps also brought out the fact that she criticized her castmate Thobile Mseleeku’s outfit on live television. Check out some of the reactions from tweeps.
Laconco is dressed like a minister of Environmental Affairs ngathi she’s meeting her peers abo Naledi Pando kanj
I remember LaConco criticizing Thobile’s leather skirt. Only for her to wear like she’s attending SONA at the Red Carpet
— African Violet🌷 (@Samke_Phoky) April 7, 2022
— Nale’s New Pink Bikini 💖 (@New_Pink_Bikini) April 7, 2022
Laconco is dressed like she is going to the SONA #RHOLagos
— Madam Chairman (@NdumyMbingo) April 7, 2022
Another star who got called out of their red carpet look was social media influence and businesswoman Sarah Langa. Some tweeps said that she looks cute but she was not properly dressed for the occasion.
Not all was lost for the Real Housewives of Durban as Nonku and her castmate were praised for their outfits. Nonku, who was hanging out with Jojo received some warm love from rapper and television personality Boitumelo Thulo.
She took her fans through her day from the morning. Upon arriving in Johannesburg, she checked in at the Four Season Hotel in Johannesburg.
On her bed, she found a welcome letter that read: “Thank you for your time and talent. We are honoured to have you here in Johannesburg with us. Please enjoy tonight’s event as we celebrate African stories worth having.