- Bonang Matheba is getting apologies all over Twitter as the timeline remembered her breakup
- Euphonik referred to Bonang as a "hlanyo" following their split and some people in Mzansi joined in
- Social media users are now apologising to the television personality, saying that they should've believed her
The Twitter timeline has been quite hot ever since a woman came forward and accused Euphonik and DJ Fresh of sexually assaulting her. This caused Mzansi to recount what happened when Euphonik called Bonang Matheba a "hlanyo" following their breakup.
Bonang and Euphonik were in a relationship in 2012. This was when they had a fight and Euphonik allegedly put his hands on her.
Pictures began to circulate on social media of Bonang's face, it was quite evident that someone had physically harmed her. Euphonik defended himself and denied the claims that he assaulted Bonang.
Now, the timeline is remembering just how much Bonang had been demonised in the public eye and made amends by apologising to the famous television host.
Check out some of the reactions from various social media users below, speaking about the incident between Euphonik and Bonang:
"We couldn't even stand by her as women because we liked Euphonik and at that time we felt she was too big for her boots. I hate that for myself because I laughed along and shared those jokes."
"I can’t believe Euphonik assaulted Bonang and everybody carried on like it was business as usual. He even went as far as to paint her as an aggressor."
"He called her Hlanyo, we sang along. We mocked Ntsiki Mazwai and them when they publicly condemned that."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Euphonik was under fire for comments on feminism. DJ Euphonik recently came under fire for his comments on feminism.
The musician took to Twitter on Tuesday, 16 February to share his opinion after he and DJ Fresh's rape case was thrown out of court due to lack of sufficient evidence.
A woman recently accused Euphonik and DJ Fresh of drugging and sexually assaulting her back when she was still a student.
The National Prosecuting Authority confirmed on Tuesday that it had decided not to prosecute in the rape case. An excited Euphonik took to the micro-blogging app and posted.
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