- One of Bonang Matheba's fans took us way back to when Queen B was madly in love with the PicMix app
- The fan posted images of Bonang rocking two fabulous outfits and making sure to have close-ups of her accessories in her PicMix collages
- Bonang has moved to different apps and gfilters since then, bu her impeccable style has remained on point
Bonang Matheba has been slaying for a while now and one of her loyal fans proved it by digging up Queen B's PicMix archives.
The fan posted two PicMix collages that Bonang did of her outfits back in the day. In one, Bonang was formal in black shorts and matching high heels. In another, she rocked casual chic in a demin shirt, red jeans and leopard print pumps.
Bonang made sure to highlight how she put all her accessories together in the fabulous collages. Tweeps had no choice but to stan.
@Proff_Modise said, "I love the fact that she did not delete them on her Facebook page. She was influencing."
@U_Maya pointed out that B was influencer before influencing was a thing as a lot of women went and bought outfits similar to hers in order to copy her look.
@Mamoyo_Lerry commented, "I won't lie. Bonang really brought out the girly diva and elegance in me during days of my youth. She used to love saying, 'Ladies, hair, nails and ensemble.' I learnt when you show up, you show out."
@Ms_Dippy responded, "I love the fact that, no matter what era, Bonang has always been the ish. It girl! Trendsetter! She actually looks fabulous!"
Bonang's latest television project has been the hugely successful reality docu-series, A Very Bonang Year. The much-hyped program brought SABC 1 record-breaking views.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that tweeps are at it again with hashtags that are nothing but fake news. #BoityEngagedByMaps trended at number one recently, despite the fact that Boity and Maps aren't engaged.
The two aren't even dating and have said on numerous occasions that they are just friends. The hashtag prompted some fans to start comparing Boity with Maps's ex, Nomzamo Mbatha.
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