- Queen B makes history after appearing on the cover of GQ South Africa
- She is the first SA woman to feature on the cover, alone
- Tweeps are still in awe of her photograph
Mzansi has once again bowed down to Queen B as she showed us exactly how to slay a GQ magazine cover.
She looked fierce in a black suit, but her mere presence was what caught Mzansi’s attention.
This particular cover marks a major milestone for both GQ South Africa and Queen B, she is the first South African female to ever grace the cover by herself.
GQ deemed the issue as the ‘power’ issue and its pretty obvious as to why they chose Bonang.
In her interview with GQ, she talks about the power women have and the role they play in society.
Briefly.co.za previously learned about her initiative #IAmBonang, which Queen B launched to get more women to talk about how they fit in to society and how they can empower one another.
She is also a successful TV personality and entrepreneur, launching a line of t-shirts with online retailer, Spree that sold out pretty quickly.
This is not the first time Bonang has broken boundaries, as she was the first black South African to feature on the covers of both FHM and Glamour magazine.
She also reveals her plans for the future and a few juicy secrets that even her most loyal fans don’t know about her.
TimesLIVE reports Bonang has only dreamed of this opportunity and still can’t believe that it happened.
She took to Instagram to tell her followers who the photographer was for the shoot because without her the photograph may not have been as powerful as it was.
Tweeps were absolutely smitten with their queen’s cover and the memes did not stop coming as fans worshiped her and praised her achievement.
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