Bonang Matheba couldn’t even say goodbye. We are going to miss her

Bonang Matheba couldn’t even say goodbye. We are going to miss her

 It appears South African media personality Bonang Matheba is living up to her promise to leave Mzansi to grow her brand in the states.

After noticing through her Instagram stories that Mo’ghel is in the United States, one of her fans asked her on Twitter if she’s relocated and Queen B hinted that.

“You really relocated? I saw your stories gore o ko New York? You left without saying goodbye?”

The star was supposed to leave the country in early 2020 but her plans were put due to the Covid19 pandemic and now that things are gradually easing back to normal, she will be carrying on with her plans. According to All for Women, her manager Davin Phillips confirmed it. He revealed that her move is
“Indeed, very much still on the cards, she has a lot of projects kicking off.”
Another fan asked Bonang if she received the R500k from Rea who defamed her character on his podcast and she revealed that he was served summons a few days ago.

This comes after the Youtuber who is one half of ‘The Rea and Black Step Podcast’ made defaming allegations about Bonang introducing AKA to drugs on their platform.”Scoop told us that AKA is on coke, and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that, bro, after the interview we had him right here at this place.”

Bonang served him with a letter of demand which she posted on social media.
“On Sunday 9 May 2021, you falsely and unlawfully accused Bonang Matheba in a widely published video clip of, inter alia, having introduced AKA (Kieman Jarryd Forbes) to cocaine. In the context of what was being discussed in the video clip, this defamatory allegation was exacerbated by the shocking insinuation that the death of AKA’s girlfriend Anele (Nellie) Tembe was due to AKA’s alleged use of cocaine.

“The allegations were defamatory, hurtful and were deliberately intended to humiliate my client and undermine her reputation. The allegations are also, to your knowledge false. Your false utterances are compounded by the fact that at the time of making them on a public platform, you knew full well that these utterances would be widely viewed given my client’s high public profile.”

Rea did issue out an apology, however, he is also required to pay R500 000 in damages.

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