PR Girl Media successfully hosted the second edition of the Penthouse Party on Sunday, 23 December at Society Business Park in Lusaka. The fashion theme was an “All Red Affair” which attendants embraced by showing up in unique and high fashion designs. The annual Penthouse Party is a first of its kind in Lusaka attracting some of Zambia’s most famous personalities and celebrities such as Mampi, Macky 2, Cleo Ice Queen, Slap Dee and many others.

 

The entertainment of the night was led by DJ Gesh Groove, El Mukuka, DJ Marlon and V Jeezy who had the crowd dancing until the early hours of Monday. “The line up of DJs, celebrities and A-list crowd made this Sunday night, a magical one. We were not sure how the turnout would be on a Sunday but Lusaka sure knows how to party. Thanks to everyone who came out, we can’t wait to do this again next year.” expressed Monde and Chishimba Nyambe, Managing Partners of PR Girl Media.

 

Sponsors of the event included Budweiser, Society Business Park, Mahogany Air, Hilton Garden Inn and Liquid Telecom Zambia. The pictures of the event are available on PR Girl Media social media pages.

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View more pictures and videos from the event on PR Girl Media social media pages

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    • You are just a village minded twati kamushi Mr Sober, 2u,any glamour looking woman is a prostitute bcz in yr retarded brain, only a village looking like ground nuts selling woman grad in Chitenge is a real decent woman!!

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    • @Maiikalange
      I think your comment is so unfair on us villagers (bakamunshi) who have high regard for every woman. Lol

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    • Tebucende fye ubu. Chi Lusambo naco chiletambafye. Simaili, Zodwa. not Dora Siliya, should also just come back. What morals can she corrupt in Zambia which is already fast moving, with Brothels already around?

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  1. You all look lovely ladies and gents, sadly I don’t have the body to wear these outfits I would traumatise the would, hands down you look good!

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    • Mwape, I wouldn’t worry. Some of those in the pictures don’t have the bodies for those outfits either. Besides, you don’t have to dress like whore or a hustler to look “good” (if they even do – I have serious doubts!). That’s not what beauty is about.

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  2. Too much fake hair…..darn , Why do our girls want to look like muzungus ??

    I can’t stand fake hair, it smells and just makes the girl look fake….

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    • I agree. Can’t remember when I last saw a Zambian girl with natural hair. Kenyan and Ugandan women are ahead in breaking off the chains of mental slavery.. Lupita Nyong’o is a brillant example.

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    • East African women from Somalia, Kenya to Uganda appreciate their culture and their nations. Our mothers are great women, never wore or wear weaves. These modern day Zambian women try to copy what does not even look nice, cover up please. You wonder why other African women keep winning and our keep Kardashianing kikikiki.

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    • Zambans love to be mentally enslaved. The inferiority complex is biggest in Zambia and in Zimbabwe

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  3. Vanity at its best. I feel so sorry for these poor souls. No direction, no definition, no focus in life. What a waste of space and time. God help this evil nation.

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  4. So PR GIRL Media’s role is to stage increasingly hedonistic events aimed at pushing the envelope when it comes to our established social mores. Is this progress or development? I’m sure someone will pipe up screaming freedom of this or that or creativity blah blah. Really people?

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    • Blacks are so embarassed about themselves. Blacks think Africa is a curse. In the meantime the Europeans who know Africa is a treasure are busy stealing all its resources.

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  5. This goes to show that there’s money to be made from these social desparadoes. If you don’t, for piety reasons, someone else will.

    Know that they aren’t dying out and going away; they are multiplying.

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  6. Please don’t let godfrida sumaili see this post or else she will ban this party next year. She is itching to do something for Christmas.

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    Hahaha!

    What is ‘Penthouse’ part again? Any affiliation with Hugh Hefner’s Playboy’s Penthouse.

    The shirtless dudes with abs steal the show for me… The rest I’m not too sure! 🙂

    Would have nice to have captions, or are captions left to the imagination of the reader/viewer, haha!

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  8. Vanity for real……..just that majority cant afford fake butt and boob jobs in USA, otherwise that is all we could have been seeing. Holly Wood is vanity people…….it pays well, but it is all fake.

    Get a life guyz, go volunteer or something

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  9. Tivo……..likes more like an old sculpture. Black Americans believe that old sperm, makes old face looking babies. Guess the General was about to retire when Tivo was created.

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  10. Disaster indEed. Pentihouse for real. Pretending to be Americans when infact they are not. Just showing offlousy boobs and tuma funy chests and thighs. We use some of these womens’ services and not so nice on a raised form.
    Disaster!!! I thot I was only one calling the shots!!!! Eiiisshhhhhh!!!!!

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  11. There is indeed a different world out there,cant help but fell sorry for these fake niggars, elo tumbi tulepwa uku tuletamba,Mampi has dilapidated no wonder she was talking about marriage God help the fool that will marry her,these are leftovers…

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  12. “PR Girl Media successfully hosted the second annual Penthouse Party which was held on 23 December at Society Business Park in Lusaka.”

    Successful? The event was originally planned for the 22nd but PR Girl Media wasn’t ready!

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  13. How do you know what prostitutes look like in the first place? Muma yenda kuma ule? It’s show Biz and the boys and girls look glamorous. Would have been even better if you showcased our traditional attire though.

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  14. Trust me kwali ukupopana uku, Im a zambian and I know how zambian like Ukudodana. Anyway twalipuswako, When is the next one?

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  15. They all look like rich Hollywood stars coming from beautiful mansions in posh suburbs. I wonder what type of houses these guys and girls own and were they live.I think its good to be real in life.Any way what can we do..all this is as a result of western influence on Africans

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    • Kambili they’re sleeping in their older brother or sister’s house but living larger than their guardians. It’s the new normal. Millennial things.

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  16. Penthouse Party? Which penthouse did they use or do they know what a penthouse is? Or it’s just the name penthouse that means anything to them?
    A penthouse apartment or a penthouse (coined through French appentier) is an apartment or unit on the highest floor of an apartment building, condominium, or hotel. Penthouses are typically differentiated from other apartments by luxury features.

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  17. Why is it that all the pictures are not properly captioned for us to know “Who is Who”?. Without identity in terms of names, we can just speculate, and that’s bad public relations. Zambian wannabes no doubt. Last time I checked, there was a “mask party” in Ndola where you go dressed in a mask so no one identifies you, the way it’s done in Europe and America. What we are doing in such social interactions is copy and paste, which is bad for our culture and traditions. My thoughts exactly.

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