“Fake Socialite” Suzan Mutesi performs for a TikTok event in Sydney

Suzan Mutesi has been embroiled in a ‘fake celebrity’ scandal for weeks as she takes questions about her Instagram follow.

But the 36-year-old The Challenge star happily brushed aside the drama as she looked her best at TikTok For You Fest in Sydney on Thursday.

A fixture on the Sydney social scene, Suzan dazzled in an extravagant glittery sleeveless top and matching mini skirt.

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Sydney’s “fake celebrity” Suzan Mutesi looked her best at TikTok For You Fest in Sydney on Thursday

The star struck a series of poses against the media wall while showcasing her trimmed needles and flat stomach in the ensemble.

Suzan wore sparkling tights, sparkling heels and carried her belongings in an elegant Yves Saint Laurent handbag.

It comes after celebrity stylist Jamie Azzopardi reignited his feud with Mutesi this week after originally whistling on her suspicious following.

A fixture on the Sydney social scene, Suzan dazzled in an extravagant glittery sleeveless top and matching mini skirt

A fixture on the Sydney social scene, Suzan dazzled in an extravagant glittery sleeveless top and matching mini skirt

A fixture on the Sydney social scene, Suzan dazzled in an extravagant glittery sleeveless top and matching mini skirt

Mutesi quickly clapped back at the rumours, telling the Daily Mail: “Ask around, I have nothing to hide. Ever since I was a little girl we’ve worked damn hard. Remember it.

“I have a book that will scream my truth. I work hard, from the age of 18. I’ve been here a damn long time. I’m not 18, I’m 36,” she continued.

“I had 36 years to get everything right. I understand where I am.’

Suzan wore sparkling tights, sparkling heels and carried her belongings in an elegant Yves Saint Laurent handbag

Suzan wore sparkling tights, sparkling heels and carried her belongings in an elegant Yves Saint Laurent handbag

Suzan wore sparkling tights, sparkling heels and carried her belongings in an elegant Yves Saint Laurent handbag

Turning to Azzopardi, Mutesi said: “Stop bullying black women to stand up. It’s pathetic.

“It is disrespectful to every black African woman who has come to this country. If that’s your joy, yes, do it, I don’t care. I honestly don’t care.

“But I’m a black woman and I represent a lot of black women out there.”

It comes after celebrity stylist Jamie Azzopardi reignited his feud with Mutesi this week after originally whistling on her suspicious following

It comes after celebrity stylist Jamie Azzopardi reignited his feud with Mutesi this week after originally whistling on her suspicious following

It comes after celebrity stylist Jamie Azzopardi reignited his feud with Mutesi this week after originally whistling on her suspicious following

She continued, “I have no comments on anyone who hates me. All my life, all my high school [I’ve dealt with] bullies and haters.’

Mutesi has battled wild claims that she is a “sham socialite” who inflated her popularity with “fake” Instagram followers.

She was accused of feigning a “celebrity lifestyle” to gain access to red carpet events, sponsorships and media appearances.

Mutesi quickly clapped back at the rumours, telling the Daily Mail:

Mutesi quickly clapped back at the rumours, telling the Daily Mail:

Mutesi quickly clapped back at the rumours, telling the Daily Mail: “I have nothing to hide. Ever since I was a little girl we’ve worked damn hard. Remember it’

After months of whispering about her credibility, Azzopardi, a celebrity Sydney stylist who has known Mutesi for years, opened the floodgates by giving the So Dramatic podcast an in-depth interview about her.

“It fascinates me how she’s gone from 200,000 pre-lockdown followers to 1.2 million and starred on a reality TV show where she’s representative of influencers,” he said.

According to Azzopardi, publicly available stats on Social Blade, a website that tracks analytical information for social media platforms, show that she “bought 75,000 followers” ahead of Sydney Fashion Week – and “challenged” Mutesi to prove him wrong .

Mutesi has battled wild claims that she is a

Mutesi has battled wild claims that she is a

Mutesi has battled wild claims that she is a “sham socialite” who inflated her popularity with “fake” Instagram followers

He also claimed Mutesi bought automated comments, views and likes to try and match her Instagram engagement with her inflated follower count, a claim she denied to Daily Mail Australia.

“Just share your insights and I’ll stop talking. I admit I’m wrong, I don’t do it very often, but I will publicly say I was wrong,” Azzopardi told the podcast.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia last month, an emotional Mutesi denied buying followers, saying her numbers are so high because she is a “doer”.

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“It fascinates me how she’s gone from 200,000 pre-lockdown followers to 1.2 million and starred on a reality TV show where she’s representative of influencers,” Azzopardi said

Mutesi dismissed all of Azzopardi’s claims and denied that she was misleading brands with her viewership numbers.

The Sydney-based influencer, who credits herself as an “actress and best award-winning author” on Instagram, said she’s “pushing hard” and that her large following is because she’s been around for a long time.

“Before I moved to Australia I worked as a fashion designer. I have traveled the world. I have items in Nigeria. I sing too,” explained Mutesi.

“I’ve worked internationally with international artists, not just in Africa,” she added.

“It saddens me to hear such words. These ridiculous claims are sad and pathetic and very childish,” Mutesi said of Azzopardi’s allegations.

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“It saddens me to hear such words. These ridiculous claims are sad and pathetic and very childish,” Mutesi said of Azzopardi’s allegations

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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