Social media criticize Mac G’s 2024 BET Awards outfit

Social media criticize Mac G’s 2024 BET Awards outfit

The appearance of the South African podcaster Mac G at the 2024 BET Awards has once again thrust him into the spotlight. The controversial host of the popular “Podcast and Chill” show was spotted on the red carpet, and the news and gossip page MDNews promptly shared a picture of him on their Twitter (X) page. This sighting has generated significant attention and commentary from online users.

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Many netizens took to social media to criticize and “roast” Mac G’s choice of attire for the prestigious event. The Podcast and Chill founder, who has made headlines in the past for his outspoken and often polarizing opinions, has become a topic of intense discussion once again.

This latest incident follows reports of Mac G and his co-host Sol enjoying themselves in Hollywood, America, further fueling the public’s interest in the podcaster’s activities.

Despite the controversy, Mac G’s presence at the BET Awards serves as a testament to his growing influence and recognition within the entertainment industry. The fact that a South African podcaster, known for his unfiltered approach, was invited to such a high-profile event underscores the evolving landscape of media and entertainment.

As the debate surrounding Mac G’s sartorial choices and public persona continues to unfold, it is clear that the podcaster remains a figure of significant interest and discussion within the South African and global media landscape.

Social media criticize Mac G’s 2024 BET Awards outfit

“GNU does not mean you have to walk around in farmers clothes around the world 😂🤣”

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“The guy is so simple so fancy fancy stuff, let him be a role model to young people that you don’t need to look fancy to prove your rich i mean we’ve never seen Rupert wearing a R100k belt… but yet he’s the richest SAn”

“Hayi guys. As South Africans; we have been misrepresented…”