Bonnie Mbuli steps away from social media after taking on Sho Madjozi

Bonnie Mbuli steps away from social media after taking on Sho Madjozi

It looks like Bonnie Mbuli has decided to disappear from Twitter. After getting dragged on social media for 'bullying' local rising star, Sho Madjozi, Bonnie's account no longer exists. Perhaps she needs a few days away from the heat she's been getting.

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Actress and businesswoman, Bonnie Mbuli, seems to have taken a break from social media, or at least from Twitter.

Bonnie has been roasted for going after Sho Madjozi on the social media platform, accusing her of sharing statements about the plight of women in SA that were not her own words.

Sho didn't let the stab slide and hit back hard, leaving social media users saying that the young musician won the round.

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Now, Mbuli's Twitter account has been deleted (or just deactivated) as it seems the heat may have gotten too much for her.

As reported on by, Sho's brilliant response was not only mature, but also well-said.

Here's a quick recap of the tweets in question, for those who didn't see it:

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Social media users were really disappointed that Bonnie targeted Sho in such a manner, especially with the call to treat women better ringing out so loudly all across Mzansi.

The actress is still active on her Instagram account, but is yet to publicly address and explain her remarks against Sho.

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