Bonang took to Twitter to expose her now former management of ‘unsavoury behaviour’, but before she could conclude her space time, the space crashed!
According to the media personality, the Celebrity Management Group (CMG) has other agendas other than looking out for its clients. She claims that there is a great possibility that the management group is practicing some sort of criminal conduct spearheaded by its representatives.
Bonang’s followers and fans alike have been waiting for days on end for her to finally reveal the big news, and when the time came, everyone stopped what they were doing to join the Twitter space for a good listen as she hosted.
Even the likes of KFC and Ford SA joined the space, I’m assuming it was a little too late for the account holders to switch to their personal accounts and decided to login with work accounts. A boss move!
Aside from those two major companies, the likes of Lasizwe, Sizwe Dlomo, Shekhinah and Miss Pru joined the space, how could it not crash?
Fortunately, Bonang managed to get her point across before she went off air, and as for everyone who joined the space, they have just proved how much of a big deal Bonang is.
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