- Things have been heating up online after Bonang Matheba swore viciously at a DA MP who made a joke at her expense
- Cassper Nyovest has gotten involved, criticising Bonang for “responding to negativity”
- This jab from Cassper seems come after Bonang attempted to school the musician recently, on how to deal with negativity
South African media personality and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba, is once again in the spotlight for her fiery online antics.
Popular local musician, Cassper Nyovest, has lambasted Bonang after she swore aggressively at DA MP, Mike Moriarty, for making a cruel joke about her spelling.
Moriarty posted a picture of an ANC poster containing obvious spelling errors and joked that the ruling party’s election strategy was designed by Bonang.
The spelling joke refers to how, last month, a blatant spelling error was found on the packaging of Bonang’s upmarket sparkling wine line, House of BNG.
Mzansi’s Queen B wasted no time telling Moriarty exactly how she felt about his tweet, using a host of expletives to get her point across.
SA music star, Cassper Nyovest, has subsequently given his two cents on the matter, hitting back at Bonang about “responding to negativity”.
Briefly.co.za found out that Cassper's response to Bonang’s lashing out at Moriarty comes with some sourness, as last week the House of BNG boss reached out to him on the topic of dealing with negativity.
Cassper’s fans gave the musician props for subtly pointing out Bonang’s hypocrisy.
While, on Bonang’s original response to Moriarty, fans were gushing over B’s fierceness. Don’t mess with the B, or you’ll get stung!
Others were disappointed in how low the DA would stoop to get attention.
Briefly.co.za gathered that DA MP, Mike Moriarty, has since removed his original post and has issued a public apology.
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