Minnie Dlamini Doesn’t Own The Mansion Lounge & Rooftop Bar, allegedly.
Following celebrations and merrymaking over the recent opening of TV celebrity Minnie Dlamini’s own business. There is a rumor that she does not totally own The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar.
The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar, which just celebrated its grand opening, is now rumored to not be owned by Minnie Dlamini as had been originally claimed. Minnie Dlamini is not listed as a director or owner of the business in the screenshots from the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission that are going around on social media.
Musa Khawula, a gossip writer, posted the details on Twitter, stating that Minnie Dlamini isn’t really the proprietor of The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar. Except for Minnie Dlamini, the other two names included on the documents are those of the possible directors and owners of the business.
Minnie Dlamini doesn’t own The Mansion. The Mansion is said to be owned by a group of Afrikaaners who also own Thirsty Fox; Centurion. Minnie Dlamini is used as a front” wrote Musa Khawula
Being an owner and a director are two distinct roles, and this has prompted a discussion on social media. In particular, only directors of a company or establishment may be listed, recorded, and documented on the system at the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission.
However, other Twitter users think that because of their social standing and media fame, some celebrities are utilized as fronts in a variety of enterprises. Because of the prestige her name conveys, Twitter users are convinced that Minnie Dlamini is also used as the fronts face.
“Teach us Mbali, the 2 guys own 2 establishments so far.. And perhaps even more, they go around registering enterprises, opening bank accounts and then look for black female celebrities to own them, right??” wrote Sipho
“South African celebrities and being fronts.” wrote Lehlohonolo
“As always doll. Nothing new. By now we know the nature of the beast. Minnie is just here to pull the numbers” wrote Siphesihle Manda
“70% of South African celebrities are fronting in these business and things that they claim to own, even these political leaders” wrote Simtho Biyela