- Bonang Matheba was laughing hard when she saw a TikTok of a man in New York who took a snap with her but had no idea who she was
- The social media user posted his picture with Bonang, asking who she is as he had no idea, only took a snap with her because everyone else was
- Bonang fans took to social media with the clip, sharing hilarious comments regarding the obscured situation
Bonang Matheba had a New Yorker running after her to take a snap, turns out, he had no idea who she even was LOL.
TikTok user Nicholas Pinto posted a clip in which he admitted that he took a picture with “this lady” as everyone else was, however, he has no clue who she is.
Nicholas went as far as wondering if Bonang was American actress Zoe Saldana, and Queen B got a good laugh out of it!
After seeing the clip, Bonang took to her social media to laugh as the situation. Our gurl is a whole entire international celeb!
Bonang posted to her Instagram Story:
Queen B fans have shared the clip far and wide, laughing at the fact that this gut took a snap with Bonang and did not even know who she was, shame.
@SireOlebogeng shared the full clip:
@malomesaint shared Bonang’s reaction:
@sifisovic had a good laugh:
Bonang Matheba praises SA Olympian Tatjana Schoenmaker, what a win
Bonang Matheba is so proud of Mzansi’s Olympian Tatjana Schoenmaker for getting a gold and breaking a record at the 2020 Tokyo Games, reported Briefly News.
Taking to social media, Bonang congratulated Tatjana on her incredible win, showing patriotism and unity. Bonang is truly delighted!
Tatjana broke her second Olympic record of the Tokyo Games, doing the most through the 200m breaststroke preliminaries in 2:19:16. She was only five-hundredths of a second off the eight-year-old world record and when she saw her time on the results board, she was delighted and then cried.
Sharing Bonang’s pride, many others took to the comment section of her post to praise Tatjana. It was a moment the people of Mzansi will never forget, a real win for our county.
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