- Bonang Matheba cannot believe all the hate she is seeing on social media these days
- Taking to social media, Bonang made it clear that she is horrified with what people say to one another on social media
- Fans agreed with Bonang and shared their views in the comment section of her post
Bonang Matheba is disgusted at the state of the social media streets. Seeing all the trash floating around has really made her feel some type of way – it’s nasty!
Taking to social media, Bonang let the people know how disappointed she is in some of the behaviour she is seeing. Social media does not give you a free pass to be absolutely rude to others, especially for no good reason.
Bonang has zero tolerance for bullies and she is not afraid to confront them either. At a time where so much is wrong in this world, Queen B cannot understand why people would choose to be nasty to others.
Posting on social media, Bonang made it known that the social media streets are filthy and some cleaning up needed to be done.
“...this place has become filthy. So unfortunate...”
Peeps took to the comment section to second Bonang’s statement. Social media has become a toxic tool that allows bullies to attack with little to no repercussion.
“Yup. Too much anger and hate. But there are pockets of positivity here and there.”
“It's the people who think they better then others who ruined everything. The MiNi Celebs.”
“Problem is B, we think dragging each other and putting one another down is right.”
“One thing I love about you is that you are bulletproof enough, these streets are for the brave celebs, thina the unknown, we safe.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bonang Matheba has almost done it all, the only thing remaining is becoming president of the country. But it seems that goal is something that's on the media mogul's bucket list. After seeing the recent unemployment stats, Bonang took to social media to tell fans to vote for her instead.
In a light-hearted post, Bonang tweeted: "Cela ni vote-ele mina ke!" ("Please vote me for me then!") Although the post may have been in jest, recent rules have allowed for the entry of an independent candidate in the election race.
Some social media users had previously said that they would vote for Bonang if she would run for president.
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