Tweeps weigh in after Bonang Matheba claps back at Phil Mphela

Tweeps weigh in after Bonang Matheba claps back at Phil Mphela

- Queen B has clapped back at Phil Mphela over a comment he made on her tax fraud scandal

- He felt that she was only giving merit to the story by suing the publication

- Tweeps are debating if she was right to snap at Phil or if he was right to get involved in the first place.

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In light of Queen B’s tax fraud scandal, Phil Mphela feels that she should have just let the story die a natural death and that by suing the paper, she is only making herself look guilty.

The entertainment commentator tweeted about Bonang’s drama earlier this week, also stating that she should be cautious about getting on the wrong side of journalists especially if she wants to keep her high celebrity status.

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After seeing his post, she essentially told him to mind his own business and she did it in typical Queen B style.

She is definitely not afraid to speak her mind and that is one of the reasons why her fans love her

Independent Online reports that soon after she responded, tweeps gave their opinions on the entire debacle.

Some felt that Queen B has more bigger issues to worry about than what Phil Mphela thinks of her.

Others felt that he should have kept quiet on the matter.

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Briefly.co.za has been following the story of the scandal and previously reported that Queen B has decided to take the publication to court to sue them for R10 million after damaging her reputation with their false accusations.

Sunday World published an article stating that Bonang had allegedly been called to appear in court for tax fraud.

Both Bonang and her representative have denied that she had been summonsed and claimed that everything was above board.

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