- Bonang Matheba is often in the social news for her stunning outfits or the latest happenings on her reality television show Being Bonang
- However, there are people who target the socialite's private life and she usually responds quite firmly but gently to them
- This time Bonang's reply to a social troll led to #IAmBonang trending on social media
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Bonang Matheba is without a doubt one of South Africa's most popular personalities. She has thousands of adoring and loyal fans and her reality show is doing great.
She recently got social media buzzing with the #IAmBonang movement - aimed at empowering women.
Women shared their #IAmBonang inspiring words and the social world loved it. Queen B must have been laughing at the troll who started it all.
A man attempted to make Bonang look bad by talking about her "many exes". Bonang gave the man a simple but effective shutdown:
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The hashtag gets its power from Bonang inspirational story. She is massively successful and her journey has been inspiring her fans for ages.
The hashtag #IAmBonang has been trending on Twitter as people are praising Bonang for her success story and inspirational journey.
It is awe-inspiring to see how Bonang is giving women the tools they need to feel worthy, strong and royal, just like her.
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Bonang is known for her desire for women to feel empowered and be treated like queens. She would be happy to know that her influence is making a difference in many women's lives.
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This may look like nothing more than a social media bit fun, but the reactions from people are a manifestation of the state of mind of women across South Africa.
In fact, the trending hashtag led to Innocent Matijane, a well-known social media personality, reacting with quite a powerful video of his own.
This led to a reaction of its own:
What more can be said, but long live the Queen? May she forever reign supreme.
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