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'Fake socialite' Suzan Mutesi is all smiles on date with actor Andy Ryan at Bondi Beach

Suzan Mutesi didn’t seem bothered by recent claims that she’s a ‘fake socialite’, as she enjoyed a beach date with actor Andy Ryan on Friday.

The Sydney-based influencer was all smiles alongside the Love Child star as the pair frolicked in the sunshine.

The duo couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they splashed in the sea.

Suzan Mutesi didn’t seem bothered by recent claims that she’s a ‘fake socialite’, as she enjoyed a beach date with actor Andy Ryan on Friday.

At one point, Andy was seen lifting Suzan by the waist and throwing her into the water.

Suzan put on a mind-blowing display in an orange and yellow bikini top and matching thong.

The Sydney-Based Influencer Was All Smiles Alongside The Love Child Star As The Pair Frolicked In The Sunshine.

The Sydney-based influencer was all smiles alongside the Love Child star as the pair frolicked in the sunshine.

The Duo Couldn'T Keep Their Hands Off Each Other As They Splashed In The Sea.

The duo couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they splashed in the sea.

Embracing Each Other In The Water, The Couple Snuggled Into The Waves.

Embracing Each Other In The Water, The Couple Snuggled Into The Waves.

At one point Andy was seen lifting Suzan by the waist and throwing her into the water.

The Challenge Star Was Seen Laughing With Delight.

The Challenge star was seen laughing with delight.

Andy was shirtless and wearing a pair of Queensland Maroons shorts.

Once they were done splashing around, the pair were seen walking back to their belongings before drying off and taking a walk along the shoreline.

Suzan donned a pair of jeans and a hat, while the Tomorrow, When the War Began star wore a black button-down shirt.

Suzan Put On A Mind-Blowing Display In An Orange And Yellow Bikini Top And Matching Thong.

Suzan put on a mind-blowing display in an orange and yellow bikini top and matching thong.

Shirtless Andy Wore A Pair Of Queensland Maroons Shorts

Shirtless Andy wore a pair of Queensland Maroons shorts

Suzan seemed unfazed by recent claims that she recently went shopping for Instagram followers.

The actress and influencer, who has been a fixture of the Sydney social scene for the past three years, blocked her social media pages last week after she was accused of being a ‘fake socialite’.

Jamie Azzopardi, a prominent Sydney stylist, accused the self-described ‘award-winning author’ of inflating her popularity with ‘fake’ followers on Instagram to gain access to red carpet events, endorsements and media appearances.

Once They Were Done Splashing Around In The Water, The Couple Was Seen Walking Back To Their Belongings.

Once they were done splashing around in the water, the couple was seen walking back to their belongings.

They Then Dried Off Before Taking A Coastal Walk.

They then dried off before taking a coastal walk.

Suzan Seemed Very Picky Around Andy And At One Point Was Seen Fixing Her Hair.

Suzan seemed very picky around Andy and at one point was seen fixing her hair.

After months of rumors about her credibility, Azzopardi, who has known Suzan for years, opened the floodgates by giving a revealing interview about her to the so dramatic podcast.

“I love how he went from 200,000 followers before lockdown to 1.2 million and is on a reality show where he represents influencers,” he said.

According to Azzopardi, publicly available statistics on Social Blade, a website that tracks analytics information for social media platforms, prove that she “bought 75,000 followers” ahead of Sydney Fashion Week, and “challenged” Suzan to prove That I was wrong.

She also claimed Suzan bought automatic comments, views and likes in an attempt to match her Instagram engagement to her inflated follower count, a claim she denied to Daily Mail Australia.

Suzan Seemed Unfazed By Recent Claims That She Recently Went Shopping For Instagram Followers.

Suzan seemed unfazed by recent claims that she recently went shopping for Instagram followers.

The Influencer, Who Has Been A Fixture Of The Sydney Social Scene For The Past Three Years, Blocked Her Social Media Pages Last Week After She Was Accused Of Being A 'Fake Socialite'.

The influencer, who has been a fixture of the Sydney social scene for the past three years, blocked her social media pages last week after she was accused of being a ‘fake socialite’.

‘Just release your ideas and I’ll stop talking. I admit I’m wrong, I don’t do it very often, but I will say publicly that I was wrong,” Azzopardi told the podcast.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia earlier this month, an emotional Suzan denied buying followers, saying her numbers were so high because she’s an ‘ambitious’.

However, Social Blade’s statistics show that his followers increased by several thousand at a time without explanation, which is extremely rare and often indicates bot activity.

Jamie Azzopardi (Pictured), A Prominent Sydney Stylist, Recently Accused The Self-Described 'Award-Winning Author' Of Inflating Her Popularity With 'Fake' Instagram Followers To Gain Access To Red Carpet Events, Endorsements And Media Appearances.

Jamie Azzopardi (pictured), a prominent Sydney stylist, recently accused the self-described ‘award-winning author’ of inflating her popularity with ‘fake’ Instagram followers to gain access to red carpet events, endorsements and media appearances.

His number of followers has increased by 531,400 in the past year without explanation, which is unusual growth for someone who is relatively unknown.

Accounts similar in size to Suzan’s have a growth rate of just 12.04 percent per year.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Suzan dismissed all of Azzopardi’s claims and denied that he was misleading brands with his viewing numbers.

Social Blade Stats Show That Suzan'S Followers Increased By Several Thousand At A Time Without Explanation, Which Is Extremely Rare And Usually Indicates Bot Activity.

Social Blade stats show that Suzan’s followers increased by several thousand at a time without explanation, which is extremely rare and usually indicates bot activity.

The Sydney-based influencer, who describes herself on Instagram as an ‘award-winning best author and actor’, said she ‘puts a lot of effort’ and that her large following is due to her having been around for a long time.

‘I used to work as a fashion designer before moving to Australia. I have traveled all over the world. I have items in Nigeria. I sing too,’ Suzan explained.

“I have collaborated with international artists internationally, not just from Africa,” he added.

Speaking To Daily Mail Australia, Suzan Dismissed All Of Azzopardi'S Claims And Denied That He Was Misleading Brands With His Viewing Numbers.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Suzan dismissed all of Azzopardi’s claims and denied that he was misleading brands with his viewing numbers.

‘It saddens me to hear such words. These ridiculous claims are sad, pathetic and very childish,” Suzan said of Azzopardi’s allegations.

Suzan’s manager at the Sydney PR agency, Markson Sparks, has also issued a statement denying the claims of ‘fake socialite’.

“Suzan stars in a major national reality show, The Challenge, on Channel 10 and has had a stellar career over the last 12 years,” they told Daily Mail Australia.

Suzan starred opposite Jane Seymour in Ruby’s Choice earlier this year. She is an author and will publish a second book in 2023. She is also a fashion influencer, model and is very popular on social media.

‘Suzan has a huge fan base and I am very proud to be her manager. Thanks for her recent inquiry. It’s #fakenews’.

While Daily Mail Australia isn’t suggesting Suzan necessarily paid for her followers, a HypeAuditor report shows that only 45.25 per cent of her followers ‘look authentic’.

Fake profiles often have usernames with strange combinations of numbers and letters. Many of Suzan’s followers have usernames like this.

Most of his posts have been inundated with generic and poorly written comments from profiles that appear to be fake.

There are also many cases where duplicate comments have been left on the same post, ostensibly to increase the engagement of the post.

While Daily Mail Australia Does Not Suggest That Suzan (Pictured In August) Paid For Her Followers, A Hypeauditor Report Shows That Only 45.25 Per Cent Of Her Followers

While Daily Mail Australia isn’t suggesting that Suzan (pictured in August) paid for her followers, a HypeAuditor report shows that only 45.25 per cent of her followers “look authentic”.

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