Rorisang Thandekiso Explains Why Bonang Matheba Looked Uncomfortable in Video

Rorisang Thandekiso Explains Why Bonang Matheba Looked Uncomfortable in Video

- Rorisang Thandekiso has shared that the video of Bonang Matheba looking very uncomfortable when she tried to take a selfie with her was part of a campaign

- The TV presenter shared a longer version of the video she said was part of a Tropika Smooth Fan show in 2018

- Tweeps had earlier accused Bnang of being mean towards her industry mate but now many have praised Bonang for her acting skills

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Rorisang Thandekiso has taken to social media to explain about the video of Bonang Matheba looking all sorts of uncomfortable when she tried to grab a selfie with her.

The clip of the two TV presenters trended on social media on Wednesday, 12 May. Rorisang explained that the video was part of a TV campaign they did a few years ago.

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Rorisang Thandekiso Explains Why Bonang Matheba Looked Uncomfortable in Video
Rorisang Thandekiso has explained why Bonang Matheba looked uncomfortable in trending video. Image: @bonang_m, @rorisangt
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Some tweeps had already began dragging Bonang on Twitter for allegedly being mean towards Rorisang. Rorisang said the video was filmed in 2018 when they were shooting a campaign for the Tropika Smooth Fan show which aired on SABC 1. Rorisang posted the full video and captioned it:

"This is why we are trending this morning, yol made my day. It was a TV show campaign back in 2018."

Other Mzansi stars such as Somizi were also part of the campaign and also gave the same reaction Bonang gave Rori. Tweeps have shared mixed thoughts to the presenter's post. Check out some of their comments below:

@Simnikiwe_II said:

"Still waiting for another season I enjoyed this show, chileee."

@is_pluto wrote:

"They were ready to bring Bonang down."

@fanelwa_carllon commented:

"I remembered when she posted on her stories, where your mom said stop claiming Bonang your bestie."

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@LeeRoyWright wrote:

"This is hilarious babe! I remember us shooting this that day. So funny!"

@nthabeemosh said:

"I was surprised cause Bonang literally corrected your mom about knowing you not so long ago."

@Choco_lattay commented:

"Bonang is a good actress."

@Anathi_Magaba said:

"Tjoo the way they dragged Bonang, they came guns blazing."

@Mr_HUMA wrote:

"I wonder how the gang that always drag people down feel right now."

@glissonniekerk added:

"Man it was mad funny when I saw the @bonang_m clip.

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In related News, Briefly News reported earlier that Bonang Matheba was caught off guard by Rorisang Thandekiso and the moment was caught on camera. Shame, Bonang has one of those faces that cannot lie. A fan took to social media with a clip of Rorisang approaching Bonang from behind and it's priceless.

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Seeing how shook Queen B was when Rorisang approached her is enough to have anyone busting. Fans took to the comment section of the post to discuss Bonang’s hilarious reaction. Sis was never ready for this, LOL!

One fan questioned why Rorisang even posted the clip after the way B reacted. Shame, she cleeeeearly did not see what we are all seeing.

“But why did she even post this video aibo mina bengzoy delete. WTF.”

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Source: Briefly News

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