- The young YouTuber who trended online after being smacked with a lawsuit by Bonang is at it again
- The 22-year-old Rea Gopane has been poking fun at the situation and mocking the letter of demand he received
- Seeing his wise cracks, Bonang Matheba calmly warned him that the worst is yet to come
Rea Gopane doesn’t want to stay out of trouble. The vlogger, who was hit with a R500k defamation lawsuit by Bonang is still at it. After making a joke of the apology, the YouTuber was forced to released a longer one via video clip.
Thereafter, the 22-year-old kept making snide comments about the situation and deleting the posts. In his recent bid for attention, Gopane posted the messages he received before he was given the letter of demand by Bonang with the caption:
"The calm before the storm."
Many social media users warned him that his post would land him in hot water.
Bonang eventually saw the post and responded with a simple:
It seems more is still to come in this saga.
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that 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.
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.
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Source: Briefly News