Bonang Mathebe and Pearl Thusi’s feud has been going on for a while now and the two really know how to behave badly around each other.
The fight began way back when Mathebe asked Thusi to take a photo of her with Pharrell Williams. Thusi complied and then asked Mathebe to return the favour.
She however, decided the wall held more appeal and shot some pics of the wall and not the duo.
Ever since then the claws have been out in what is one of the most epic ZAleb battles of all time and while both have had sterling moments, Queen B seems to lead the race in the fight of the century.
Thusi stuck her nose into the Matheba, AKA, and DJ Zinhle love triangle. The start took to Twitter and asked Tweeps "Is there an #askawoman to find out how to apologise to the woman who was sleeping with your man? #askingforafriend"
Thusi wore the same dress as Matheba, took a bunch of pics and dragged her rival on Instagram with the caption: “immahelpmyselftosomeonesmandress”. Problem was, she was then slayed on Twitter for being a copycat, and loyal Queen B fans tweeted about how great Matheba had looked in the dress. Even AKA gave his two-cents worth on this stunt – in Queen B’s favour
So great is her dislike for Thusi, that Matheba fired her makeup assistant when she discovered she also worked for Thusi.
So that is two-one to Matheba.
Briefly.co.za recently featured another article on Matheba called Queen B pours her heart out: Bonang talks about being cheated on, abused and humiliated. In this article, Matheba opened up about issues she faced in her past relationships and how it affected her.
Matheba was previously romantically linked to DJ Euphonik, but they ended their relationship and she accused him of being abusive throughout their time together. However, the SA musician has denied the accusations.
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