Months after announcing the opening of the opulent nightclub The Mansion in Centurion, close to Pretoria, South African television host and media celebrity Minnie Dlamini has admitted that she is not the actual owner of the establishment.
After her social media tweets from five months ago, viewers on social media were led to assume Minnie Dlamini shared ownership of the business.
According to City Press, social media users charged Minnie Dlamini with fabricating her ownership of the business in order to drive customers to The Mansion club.
The single mother clarified the situation in a statement to the magazine. She acknowledged that she did not own the business. She uttered:
I’m not the owner, therefore no.
A few months ago, the celebrity claimed to have begun the company on her Instagram profile.
“Spring is the season of rebirth, so I saw it only fitting that I introduce you to my latest business venture @themansionsa
After a few years of turmoil in the industry because of the lockdown, I want the space to be a place where we put money in the pockets of our artists by booking incredible DJs and performers and celebrating the best of our incredible entertainment industry. It’s all about the vibes at the Mansion.
Thank you to everyone who made the launch event a success. My partners & team have for the past few months working on the project. S/O to my fabulous guests in attendance and all the DJs who carried us through the evening. Here’s to more nights to remember at The Mansion. #MinnieXMansion.”
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