Bonang Matheba, a media personality, and her cousin Pinky Girl have unfollowed each other on Instagram. This has sparked speculation about whether or not their relationship has ended.
Pinky Girl recently celebrated her birthday, which was a blast, and took to social media to share Instagram stories of her birthday celebration, to which Bonang was not present.
Bonang, who usually comments on her cousin's Instagram posts, hasn't been commenting on Pinky Girl's posts recently, raising questions about whether they're beefing.
The duo is one of South Africa's most popular reality show stars, and they have been delivering major cousins' aspirations on social media for decades, leaving audiences green with envy.
Pinky Girl and Bonang have been inseparable since the public first met her on Bonang's former reality show Being Bonang. They both travel and attend events together, but they haven't spent much time together recently.
Pinky has since made a name for herself in the industry, and in an interview with Move Magazine, she revealed that she had to quit her IT job after people discovered she was Bonang's cousin.
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