- Phil Mphela and Queen B are dominating Twitter with their feud
- Bonang clapped back at Phil after he commented on her recent tax scandal
- The fight escalated when Phil hinted that he had some dirt on her after a trip to Sun City
Queen B and Phil Mphela have gone up against one another over Twitter after Phil shared his views on Bonang’s decision to sue a media publication.
The publication accused Bonang of tax fraud and claimed that she had been summonsed to appear in court to face the charges.
She has since trashed the publication for their article and will be suing them for damaging her reputation.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela tweeted that he felt that she was doing the wrong thing by suing the publication because it makes it seem that there is more to the story.
Queen B immediately shot Phil down and telling him that it is not his place to comment.
Turns out the brief exchange of words has lead to what could easily be nominated for ‘Twitter War of the Year’.
Tweeps have nicknamed Queen B as ‘Blockang’ because she is known for blocking users that she doesn’t agree with and one of these people happened to be Phil.
He has sent out a barrage of tweets asking for Queen B to unblock him until she gave in, although she claimed to never have blocked him in the first place.
TimesLIVE reports that Bonang used to let these matters slide but it seems that she has adapted new tactics to fight off trolls.
Previously she would have just ignored the comments but nowadays, she is not holding anything back.
Tweeps have been enjoying the drama as the pair fired off tweets aimed at one another, until Phil hinted that something happened at Sun City and tweeps are dying to know what happened.
While he hasn’t given out any more gossip, tweeps are waiting patiently to hear what went down and also coming up with their own theories of what happened.
Even the Sun City Twitter account got involved.
Not surprisingly, ‘Sun City’ and ‘Phil Mphela’ have started trending on Twitter.
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