- Bonang Matheba and Nandi Madida were a hot topic on social media and not for the best of reasons
- Both ladies gave some sound advice on social media about following your dreams and starting young, and their words were twisted
- Some people felt they were talking from a place of privilege and made a bunch of elder people feel they were unable to make anything of themselves
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Mzansi boss babes Bonang Matheba and Nandi Madida were a hot topic on social media as peeps analysed their words of wisdom.
Being an influential female comes with a lot of judgement and criticism, but nothing our women can’t handle.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Bonang and Nandi were shaded hard for allegedly “speaking from a place of privilege”.
Bonang posted a clip in which she preached on the importance of finding you passion early and working endlessly to make it a success.
“If you are 18 right now or 19 and you don't know what you're going to be or what you want to achieve by the time you are 24, it's already too late. I am not lying to you. The future is created by you and planning minimises the effects of life happening to you.”
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People felt this was easy for her to say as she never had to struggle a day in her life. Older people also felt B was implying that they had missed the boat.
Nandi, on the other hand, warned younger people on the dangers of wasting their youth on partying and reckless behaviour.
“I always say this to young people who work in my company. The ages 18-25 yrs are so critical. If u waste that time being a rebel wasting your parents' money, being cool, hanging around wrong circles etc. U waste so much time & before u know it you're 30 with nothing to show for your life.”
The two very successful sweethearts were torn apart for their apparent words of privileged wisdom.
At least Nandi didn’t even bat an eyelash at the shade, sis found it rather amusing.
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