- Bonang Matheba is a boss babe, a queen, a mogul - not some social media butterfly
- After seeing a publication label her a social media butterfly, Bonang had never been so shook in her entire life
- The publication tried to apologise but Queen B was having none of it
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Bonang Matheba is not the boss babe you want to mess with. A publication recently gave her a label she didn’t appreciate and Bonang gave them a piece of her mind.
Having your every movement, word and breath judged eventually gets to a person, and we can’t even blame them.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Queen B was called a social media butterfly by Channel 24 and found it a tad demeaning.
Bonang has built an empire that most only dream of. So, calling her a social media butterfly is definitely not the title Queen B deserves.
While B is a major social media influencer, she did not get there by posting a few selfies and selling other brands products, she got there by selling her own and everyone wanting it.
When Bonang came across the fact that Channel 24 had labelled her a social media butterfly, she gave them a piece of her mind.
Taking to social media, Bonang made it clear that she is so much more than a social media butterfly and that a publication of their stature should know that, everyone does.
“....social media butterfly?! Imagine.”
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Channel 24 saw how disgusted Bonang was by their label and responded to her post with a deeply sincere apology.
Yup, that’s what you get when you give our queen a below-par title!
“Apologies for any inconvenience caused to Bonang. We have great respect for her and all your hard work. We've promptly removed it and will do better.”
B, however, felt that the apology was not going to cut it and reiterated how disrespectful they were.
Social media butterfly, kante!
“FYI, that was incredibly insulting! Do better!”
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