- Bonang Matheba has been in the entertainment industry for more than 18 years
- Moghel has revealed that she doesn't trust anyone in the game
- The stunner said the most important lesson she has learnt throughout the years in the scene is to trust no-one in the industry
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Bonang Matheba doesn't trust anyone with anything in the Mzansi entertainment industry.
The media mogul, who has been in the game for more than 18 years, said the most important lesson she has learnt is to trust no-one in the industry.
The stunner has officially launched her limited Méthode Cap Classiques (MMC) line, The Prestige Reserve, to retail stores.
Queen B told TshisaLIVE that she has learnt to be careful about what she shares.
"Don’t trust anyone with anything in the industry. I tell my family absolutely everything."
The star said she has accepted the territory that comes with fame.
"You can't really complain when you know what to expect. There is a reality and how you adapt to it determines the outcomes. It is human to feel a little stressed, anxious or embarrassed. Going through something publicly is not nice but you adapt and move on."
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Bonang said her brand and credibility speak for themselves.
"Being the first to do anything means that you will be met with reluctance. There were many times where people said I didn’t have credibility, I am just a talking head or just a face on TV. Because of that you have to work twice as hard to prove why you need to be there.
"Of course in the beginning when you are starting to build something, not a lot of people believe in you, but if you look at my credentials and my hard work over the years, I feel like I have proven myself."
Briefly.co.za reported that a fan reached out to Bonang asking her to buy him a PS5. While you would have thought that Bonang would have ignored a request like this, she didn't. Moghel agreed but wanted to know first what was in it for her - the people were gobsmacked.
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