- Rea Gopane is still trolling Bonang Matheba even after he was forced to make an apology to her
- The young podcaster is still mocking the media personality online and is seemingly chasing clout
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section of Rea's post to warn him about what he's doing
Young Mzansi podcaster Rea Gopane recently found himself in legal trouble with Bonang Matheba but it seems like he hasn't learned his lesson. Rea has continued to troll Bonang on social media and is provoking her even more.
Rea was made to apologise for making nasty comments on his podcast about Bonang allegedly using drugs. The media personality also demanded that he pay her R500 000 in damages for slandering her online.
The drama hasn't stopped there - Rea continues to mock Bonang on social media, posting an old video of a song that was made about her long ago and calling her "mom". Bonang previously taunted Rea to continue what he's doing because he will face the consequences.
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Mzansi social media users are now not sure if Rea is even sorry or if he's using the attention for clout. Take a look at the reactions below:
"He’s harassing and disrespecting her now because of clout."
"A part of you probably thinks you’re developing your brand with this but you're actually doing the opposite."
"Where’re the defenders now? Those ones who called Bonang a bully? Mxm."
Briefly News previously reported that the YouTuber Rea continued to mock Bonang online and she warned him. 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 release 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."
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