Lol: Bonang Matheba fan calls on Queen B to produce a papsak

Lol: Bonang Matheba fan calls on Queen B to produce a papsak

- Bonang Matheba's fans are loving that she's got a luxury drink that they can indulge in

- Sadly, not everyone can afford a bottle from House of BNG and a fan thought he might have the solution

- Much to Queen B's amusement, the peep asked her to create a papsak so everyone can enjoy some alcoholic refreshment from their fave

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When Bonang Matheba released House of BNG back in 2019, it literally took over South Africa. Every important event, party and celebration had bottles of BNG sparkling wine popping.

Recently, the entertainer and businesswoman's new Prestige Reserve range was launched at the Sun Met.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Queen B said that this new range is a luxury range that is able to compete with some of the most elite sparkling wines on the market.

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It will retail at R799 a bottle and a limited release of 4 500 bottles will be sold exclusively through Woolworths SA. Of course, this isn't the kind of price that all of us can afford.

Although Bonang feels that if it’s too expensive for you honey, then don’t buy it, she was amused by a recent suggestion from a fan.

The peep asked Bonang to produce a papsak - this way everyone would be able to enjoy something from her range of drinks.

The social media user, identified as @freanky4fingers, said:

"Bonang I think you must produce Bonang papsak for your fans who are crying that they can't afford the champagne."

Bonang could only laugh. Of course, this isn't likely to happen. She's all about luxury and there is nothing luxurious or fancy about papsak.

Check out the reaction from some of Bonang's fans. It seems they might be keen on this papsak idea.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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