Could Bonang be moving to New York? Twitter can’t handle the news

Could Bonang be moving to New York? Twitter can’t handle the news

Queen B has been spending quite a bit of time in New York and tweeps are wondering if she could be leaving Mzansi for the Big Apple.

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Bonang Matheba has had phenomenal success in SA, but it may be time for her to stretch her wings and expand her brand abroad.

Earlier this week, the media personality shared a cryptic tweet with her followers which has got them thinking that she really is moving away.

Bonang is currently in New York as a presenter for the Global Citizen Festival and to chair a panel discussion at the United Nations General Assembly so it wouldn’t come as huge surprise to her fans that she could be making New York her new home.

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While most of her fans were excited for the new chapter in Bonang’s life, others felt that she needed to straighten a few things out at home first.

The 31-year-old beauty has recently been in a legal battle with the tax man and after she missed a court appearance, there is a good chance that she could be arrested.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Queen B had hired a new audit team to help her fight the charges and she has one last chance to appear in court to answer questions about her tax returns.

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