Bonang Matheba and Khanyi Mbau leave their fans speechless with their red hairstyle.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 2360 views
Most of us grew up hearing that "great minds think alike". Which is true in most cases. That's why you sometimes find people having the same idea or wearing the same thing. Some it might be because they are used to hanging out together hence they have rubbed off some qualities to each other.
Bonang Matheba is a hard worker and a perfectionist. She is known for her amazing skills when it comes to presenting, as a matter of fact she takes pride in all of her work. The Queen B's work is always top notch.
Khanyi Mbau is a queen in her own way. She is one of the raw celebrities in the industry. She loves herself and is content with herself. Which is why most of the things said about doesn't affect her.
These two have in common the fact that they are hard workers, beautiful and apologetic. They have decided to go red with their hair. They look insanely beautiful.
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