It seems the debacle surrounding MasterChef SA winner, Deena Naidoo, is only getting started. According to a report in The Citizen newspaper, The Advertising Standards Authority of SA (ASA) received a complaint surrounding the false advertising of the MasterChef SA prizes.
Last week we reported that the winner of MasterChef SA, Deena Naidoo, was upset with M-Net for apparently lying about his prizes. He claimed that while it was promoted that the eventual winner would win a restaurant, it turned out that he only gets to “manage” the place. In a press release received by 2oceansVibe from M-Net late on Friday afternoon, the broadcaster has responded to these allegations.