- Podcaster Rea Gopane took to social media to say that he's still going to talk about Bonang if she keeps tweeting about him
- The young host got himself in a bit of trouble after he said some nasty things about Bonang on his podcast, causing her to go the legal route
- Bonang has ordered Rea Gopane to pay her R500 000 in damages for defamation and is not giving up until she gets it
Rea Gopane is still pushing Bonang Matheba's buttons, so it seems. The young podcaster wrote a cryptic tweet about how he is going to keep at it if Bonang keeps tweeting about him. The since has since been deleted but he said:
"If she tweets about me again, I'm violating."
When he says violating, he might be talking about a gag order. Rea has been told to keep his mouth shut on multiple occasions by Bonang but he kept tormenting her.
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The smart thing to do in this situation would be to keep quiet and see what happens but Rea is hinting at coming at Bonang again. Briefly News tried to reach for a comment but received no response by the time this story was published.
Bonang made it clear on social media that she's not going to keep quiet when people slander her name anymore. She was not pleased with how Rea told his listeners that she's the one who allegedly introduced AKA to drugs.
The plot thickens as Mzansi waits to see what happens in this saga. Right now though, it seems like Bonang is the one in the driver's seat.
Bonang lets Mzansi know that her legal team has sent a summons
Briefly News previously reported that Bonang Matheba gave an update on her lawsuit. After the 10 days she had given him to gather and pay R500k for alleged defamation of character lapsed, media personality Bonang Matheba proposed that blogger Rea Gopane face the music.
Bonang made the Twitter trends list after Mzansi noticed it had been 10 days since she served Rea with a letter of demand on Twitter, demanding a lengthy apology and R500 000 for reputational damage.
When a fan questioned if she had got the R500k from Rea, Bonang said she hadn't received a penny from the vlogger. She also mentioned that Rea had been served a summons just a few days before.
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