She's known for being the queen of glam,her presence is highly felt in events. Bonang Matheba aka Queen B is a South African television presenter and social media personality, known for her signature voice.
Bonang Matheba is well known for her glamorous fashion sense, her outfits being showstoppers at events. Her jaw dropping dresses and hair is always on point, giving her that sophisticated and bold look.
When Twitter entertainment blogger Musa Khawula shared a picture of Queen B wearing a blue dress for Disney plus and a ponytail hairstyle, Tweeps didn't approve of her look. The ponytail exposed the shape of her head which is hardly exposed since Bonang mostly wears wigs and weaves. While her fans commented that she looked cute, others argued that she should just stick to wigs because they suit her better than the ponytail.
This is how Queen B looked for Disney plus, dressed by . Yay or nah? Please share on the comment section.
Source link: https://twitter.com/MusaKhawula/status/1526989889719476224?s=19
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