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Bonang Matheba gets dragged for her recent pictures shared on social media

Bonang Matheba has been on the bad side of social media in South Africa, as her home country. She did nothing wrong this time around, but she finds herself being bashed. When she was not happy with minister Nathi Mthethwa, it was a good time for her and South Africans who were supporting her against the 22 million flag that would have been erected.


This time, she shares photos and a video of her most recent engagement and meeting David Beckham for a photo. People are bashing her for her looks, and they find it very amusing. Chris Excel was being against Bonang in the past week days, but today she tweeted a good thing about the South African TV personality and host of many huge events. But you would not put your trust in someone like Chris Excel because the next day he could just start bashing you. Just like when he did with Mihlali Ndamase, saying, "Wake up, we attack at morning rise." This time around, it is the other people who are dragging the Queen. She is famously known on the globe and many people follows her on social media.


One thing about Bonang Matheba is that she is able to file a law suit against someone, if she will feel that you have commented bad against her for deformation . Many other people may not know it, but it is possible for them to learn about it. But when it comes to social media, it is always very hard to have a law suit against someone you don't know, because they are not showing their faces on social media.


While they are tweeting very bad things about Bonang, she continues to live her lifestyle as she wants and goes to beautiful places around the world. As much as you would want people to stop tweeting about what's bad about someone, it will not stop very soon or even at all. Especially when it comes to Twitter.

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