Bonang Matheba’s book has been launched again after it was taken off the shelves because of grammatical and factual mistakes.
It has been reported that Bonang Matheba attended the Mall of Africa for her book signing, and a few people were there to get their copy of the book signed.
Briefly.co.za learned from timeslive.co.za that Bonang received a lot of criticism from many South Africans after it became known that her book, Bonang From A to B, contained grammatical and factual mistakes. According to reports, Bonang was also told to take out references to Somizi Mhlongo and Euphonik. This reportedly came after Somizi and Euphonik sent legal letters which demanded that their names be removed from the book.
However, Bonang didn’t allow this incident to get her down.
Bonang Matheba reported that although this journey was very emotional, she was able to get through it, and she was also able to learn along the way. Bonang went on to state that this incident has just made her stronger. Bonang is also incredibly grateful for all the support that she received from her fans during the incident.
It has been reported that Bonang has named her squad of supporters, “BForce.”
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