- Media personality Bonang Matheba is not letting Rea Gopane get away with what he said about her
- Rea claimed that Bonang introduced her ex-boyfriend AKA to drugs and is now feeling the heat for his words
- Queen B is demanding R500 000 and has instructed Rea to make a video of his apology and post it online
Bonang Matheba has not taken the accusations against her lying down and is fighting back for her rights. The media personality was accused of introducing AKA to drugs by a YouTuber named Rea Gopane and she's not letting him get away with it.
Bonang posted a letter to her social media accounts demanding that Rea pay her R500 000 for tarnishing her name. Bonang and also demanded that he make a public apology for his allegations.
A social media user, @TheBoyTapes, screenshotted one of Rea's comments and tagged Bonang, adding fuel to the fire as the media personality stated that her lawyers had seen it. This probably means that she's coming for blood and not letting it go.
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Rea has already published apologies to his social media accounts and Bonang has requested that he makes a video to say sorry as well. However, it seems like an apology alone is not enough for Queen B - she still wants that R500k to be paid to her.
Bonang is showing the public that she's tired of letting things slide and this time, someone is going to pay for talking trash about her on the social media streets.
Briefly News previously reported that Bonang sued Rea Gopane over cocaine abuse allegations during his podcast. Bonang has instituted a defamation lawsuit worth R500 000 against a local YouTuber who made damning allegations about her.
Rea Gopane is a YouTuber who is one half of 'The Rea and Black Step Podcast'. Earlier this month, the influencer made some accusations about Bonang having a drug habit and introducing AKA to cocaine.
He said that he was told this sensitive information by media personality Siyabonga Mkhwanzi, more popularly known as Scoop. He said:
“Scoop told us that AKA is on coke, and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that, bro, after the interview we had him right here at this place.”
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Source: Briefly News