- Bonang Matheba cannot deal with those trying to dull her sparkle
- One person went as far as pointing out that there is a big difference between owning the company and promoting the brand and Bonang shut them down
- Bonang cannot believe the lengths people will go to to try and rain on her BNG parade
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Bonang Matheba cannot deal with those trying to dull her sparkle. Being as successful as Bonang is, you know you going to get some backlash but this lady ain’t settling for it.
After launching her new bubbly range it seemed Bonang sparked jealousy in many. Trying to find a reason to take away from Bonang’s big moment, some felt the need to claim that “she doesn't own House of BNG”.
One person went as far as pointing out that there is a big difference between owning the company and having shares in it. Bonang was having none of it!
“There is a difference between a director of the company and ownership of the company, show me her share certificate..”
Bonang plainly let the hater know that they were totally out of it and that she felt no need to justify anything to anyone. Jealousy is an awful shade on you, hun.
“You guys have completely lost your minds!”
Bottles of BNG have been popping all over Mzansi since the day the range was launched. Bonang has put her all into making this move a super-success.
Launching different ranges under the brand has served to be a smart choice on Bonang’s part. With glass being banned from events, this new canned beauty is definitely going to be a fan favourite at events, festivals and live performances this festive season – despite what the haters have to say.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai is clearly one of the only people in Mzansi who are not proud of Bonang Matheba’s success. Seeing Bonang’s big new launch, Ntsiki felt the need to have her say.
Ayi, jealousy is not your shade, gurl. Seeing Bonang’s new bubbly-in-a-can, Ntsiki decided to remind the world that well-known sparkling wine brand, J.C. Le Roux, launched their bubbly in a can before House of BNG.
Ntsiki hardly ever has anything nice to say about anyone, shame! She even went as far as making a political comparison between Bonang and Woolworths – Ntsiki has absolutely no chill.
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