- Bonang Matheba also wished Julius Malema a happy birthday on Wednesday, 3 March
- Scores of South Africans wished the EFF leader a happy 40th birthday on the day
- Bonang aslo took to social media to share how much she appreciates the opinionated politician
Larger-than-life media personality Bonang Matheba took some time out of her busy schedule to wish EFF leader Julius Malema a happy birthday.
The politician trended on Twitter on Wednesday, 3 March when he turned 40. Bonang, who rarely posts lately, took to the micro-blogging app to join scores of people who wished Malema a happy 40th birthday.
Queen B told the opinionated Malema how much she appreciates him. She also promised him a bottle of her champagne, BNG. The TV presenter wrote:
"Happy 40th birthday Mr @Julius_S_Malema. The BNG is on the way... I appreciate you so much. God bless."
Tweeps took to Bonang Matheba's comment section to share their reactions to her birthday with to Malema. Check out some of their comments below:
"One day @bonang_m will also send me BNG for my birthday."
"Me too & I'll buy her flowers and a designer bag for her in return."
"Our future minister of tourism... Thank you B."
"Whoooo..Our Queen YESSSSS, lol. Thank you on behalf of CIC..Sbwl BNG.. Much Love Queen."
"Happy Birthday @Julius_S_Malema!!, @bonang_m- YAASS send him some BNG."
"Happy birthday sir, my Queen has spoken. Enjoy your day."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that after building hype around Malema's birthday all week, the EFF Twitter page shared a short clip of his birthday celebrations.
In the clip, Malema, along with several other EFF party members are dressed dapperly as they stand behind a beautifully decorated dinner table all dancing and singing merrily while singer Ringo performs and they are recording each other on their cellphones.
While the live video did not have a caption, it was clear to see that Julius Malema, who was all smiles throughout the recording, was having the time of his life as he ushers in a whole new age. A tweep @MphoIbrahim said:
"Which muthi do you all use leadership, to be united like this, this relationship is on another level, only death will separate this leadership."
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