- Bonang Matheba took to social media to hype up her cousin and right-hand lady, Pinky Girl for looking all kinds of beautiful
- Pinky Girl shared some cute pictures of herself wearing a gorgeous floral dress sipping on wine, and Bonang couldn't help but share
- Fans agreed with Bonang, Pinky Girl looked hella lush in this gorgeous floral dress
Bonang Matheba took to social media to hype up her cousin and right-hand lady, Pinky Girl. Queen B is all about empowering other women and never fails to make Pinky Girl shine whenever she gets the chance.
Pinky Girl shared some cute pictures of herself wearing a gorgeous floral dress sipping on wine, on social media. Seeing the cute pics, Bonang couldn’t help but share them so everyone could see just how lush Pinky Girl looked.
Fans took to the comment section to second Bonang’s comment. Pinky Girl really does look absolutely stunning in this dress, Babes, pink is so your colour!
"Beautiful you galz still having the Vineyards as your playground. Tweet a drop nje to my side oooo to suppress my quench my jealousy. LIVE. LOVE LAUGH."
"......and so Pinky."
"My everlasting crush."
"She looks stunning."
Bonang and Pinky Girl have been together in Cape Town now doing some work for House of BNG, Having family as part of her business is important to Queen B. Pinky Girl is lucky to have a cousin like Bonang.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bonang Matheba has decided to return to Miss South Africa for another run, but not as we have seen her before. Queen B is undeniably one of the greatest presenters the pageant has seen but this time she is coming in as a sponsor with her House of BNG.
Taking to social media with the utmost pride and excitement, Bonang let her fans know that she will be one of Miss SA 2020s sponsors with her House of BNG. Having Bonang’s boujee bubbly is definitely something Miss SA appreciates.
“....two years in a row! The @houseofbng is excited to be back! Thank you @official_misssa....❤️ Good luck to all the beautiful finalists! #HouseOfBNG #misssa2020.”
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