Tv personality and entrepreneur Bonang Matheba recently attended the VMAs in the United States and her red carpet moment was underwhelming.
The star permanently relocated to America and she has managed to put herself up in the Hollywood, or at least she’s trying. Like any award shows, celebrities are allowed a moment to get captured in the red carpet to showcase their showstopper ensembles and our very own found herself in that situation. Bonang posed for a pic dressed in a sparkly 2 piece by Dolce & Gabbana looking hella gorgeous but the picture was rather awkward. She seemed very uncomfortable and wasn’t her normal bubbly self, perhaps because she is not used to the big stage yet and she got a bit of a fright. And yes she went in there as a commoner but that is such an achievement in her career and hopefully we will see her in the big stage very soon rubbing shoulders with American celebrities. She attended the event with her close friend in the US and she was capturing the moment showing some of the famous attendees. On her Instagram Bonang posted bomb pictures of the outfit and as usual her confidence was coming through. Overall the queen looked amazing and represented us well.
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