Celebrity entrepreneur and Socialite Zari Hassan, has seemed to be responding positively after her inner wear went viral.
Zari was pictured dancing without a care in the world, during her lavish birthday celebration, as she turned 41.
However, in a controversial moment, one of the cameras which was capturing everything which occurred in the party spotted Zari's raised dress, capturing her wears in the process.
The self proclaimed Madam Boss, had worn a white dress during the all white event which required attendees to adhere to dressing in all white attires.
Hence, Zari was criticized for wearing a black inner wear which was spotted by the camera.
When she first reacted to the incident, Zari was shocked to notice the kind of impact that her wears had caused.
Interestingly, she went on to defend the decision to wear black inner wear under white garments claiming that the two were a perfect match.
In a recent red South African event however, Zari brought out the issue about her inner wears once again.
She wore a flamboyant, maroon dress at the event as she went on to admit that her inner wear was also black this time round.
One of her fans however went on to question her choice, with Zari hilariously claiming that she had repeatedly worn same black under garment, as the one she wore during her birthday.
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