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Shauwn Mkhize’s Embarrassing Red Carpet Blunder Leaves Mzansi Shook

Shauwn Mkhize trended on social media after footage of her at the 2022 BET Awards went viral. In the clip she shared on her TikTok account, Shauwn struts the red carpet at ‘Cultures Biggest Night’ but the paparazzi seems unbothered.

Showing off her poses to an uninterested group of photographers, Shauwn wore a black and silver dress with her hair in a bun. The clip pans from her to the paparazzi and nobody seemed interested in taking pictures of her.

Social media users trolled the businesswoman and reality show star for even thinking her fame transcends to American shores.

“This has to be the moment she realised she isn’t as rich and important as she thought she was,” said @ThuliXakana.

“You know when you’re the baddie at your village in Rural areas and every man is dying to have you. But when you get to the cities you realise that you ain’t sh*t and no one cares. That’s how Mamkhize felt in that red carpet,” commented @ChrisExcel102.

“It’s high time Mamkhize and Andile Mpisane make peace with the fact that, their riches are only a flex to some poor South Africans who envy their lives. Honestly they have nothing to offer in the entertainment industry, they are trying to fit in everywhere!!”

“The only time Mamkhize is relevant that’s when she splashes her Man. And spoil her son rotten. She isn’t even popular at all, how she spends her Money it’s exactly what draws attention to her side. People are fascinated by her Lifestyle, not the person she is!!”

The businesswoman worked with BET Africa for a two-part special documenting her lavish Thanksgiving. Taking to her social media, Shauwn shared a snippet of the show which takes fans through the whole journey of her Thanksgiving ceremony.

You could tell Shauwn’s interest with camels as they were part of her Thanksgiving dinner and even did a photoshoot for Africa Day.

“To an Africa that is diverse, rich and beautiful, we salute you. Over the years you have been abused, taken for granted and mistreated all because you are everything THEY could have ever wished for. Today you still stand strong and we celebrate you, from Cape to Cairo your beauty and rich history remains undisputed. You’ve given us an identity that is the envy of many, for that we say ASANTE.

“My prayer for you is for the everlasting unity of your people. No matter the birth country, race, or religion we remain AFRICANS! After all, borders are just geography!

“My Thanksgiving camels inspired my Africa Day shoot. This year I wanted to embody 28th Century Dynasty. Africa is rich in culture and heritage, you need not look far to find Queens, it’s in our DNA,” she shared on Instagram.