Like the saying goes, at every good ceremony there is always a spoiler. This came to life at singer Rema Namakula’s function as she introduced her husband Hamza Sebunya to her family.
As celebrities like Ykee Benda, Judith Heard, Irene Ntale among others tried their best to look perfect, there are some celebrities who left social media talking following there fake, shabby presentation at the ceremony.
Some of them include,
John Blaq was named as the overall worst dressed person at Namakula’s introduction according to social media. The singer shocked the nation as he showed up at a traditional wedding wearing shirt with some buttons untied and a pair of jeans. His looks were really ashaming and unaccepted for the introduction.
Zahara Totto’s weird looks might be blamed on her poor choice of Gomesi, for she looked terribly bad in the wear. She is a journalist yes, but her frequent movements at the venue also made her wardrobe malfunction even worse as she kept on pulling the ‘falling’ gomesi. This confirmed our suspicions that she wasn’t comfortable in the wear.
The gomesi was on point but the hair. Nwagi was a big disappointment at this event as she showed up with messed up hair, looking like she had forgotten her wig at home or lost it somewhere along the way to the function. According to social media, the Matala singer had the worst hair at the event.
Her mushanana (western cultural wear) was just perfect. Actually her overall looks were nice, but she spoilt everything when she jumped on a Boda boda; probably the most talked about moment.
We all love suits, but not at a traditional ceremonies. Jose Chameleone was the odd man out at the event as he looked so lost. As most of the guests showed up at the event in Kanzus, he chose to spoil the moment in a brown suit, and without a tie.
With Cindy’s choice of wardrobe, we can say that ‘Christmas came early’ for her. The singer made herself a center of attraction after she wore a gold wig, gold gomesi, gold everything. She herself looked so uncomfortable in the cultural wear.
Note: Bright colors are for brides not guests.
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