Bonang Matheba Puts Entertainment Industry on Hold to Focus on Wine

Bonang Matheba Puts Entertainment Industry on Hold to Focus on Wine

- Mzansi television host Bonang Matheba says that she's going to be focusing on her wine brand

- Queen B responded to a fan who asked her when she's going to come back to the entertainment business

- Bonang thinks that she has bigger fish to fry and more money to make in the alcohol industry

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Media personality Bonang Matheba is an icon in the entertainment industry but she has now revealed her plans to put that aspect of her career on hold. Bonang is focused on making money in the alcohol industry and has big plans for the future.

A fan asked Bonang when she would be returning to radio and TV, Bonang then said:

"“I never know how to respond to this but my wine life is a BIG STORY. Colossal!”

Bonang really feels that she has too much money to make in the wine business, so entertainment is going to have to be put on the back burner for now. She has her own sparkling wine brand called House of BNG.

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Bonang Matheba puts entertainment industry on hold to focus on wine
Bonang Matheba is serious about growing her wine brand and has put her entertainment career on hold. Image: @bonang_m
Source: Twitter

Queen B understands that her fans miss seeing her on-screen and hearing her on the radio but she really wants to put her focus on her other business ventures.

Take a look at the reactions to Bonang's post from social media below:

@KenGlobally commented:

"Focus on what you love Queen! We still love you!"

@ObakengMX said:

"Guys we need to sign a petition to bring Bonang back to radio."

@Noms_Candy commented:

"Queen is getting the bag and she ain’t gotta run around like that no more."

@Smanga_dlamz said:

"At least open your own broadcasting company Bonang and feature all major wine creators from Italy, etc. We miss you."

Briefly.co.za previously reported that fans apologised to Bonang amid the Euphonik drama. The Twitter timeline has been quite hot ever since a woman came forward and accused Euphonik and DJ Fresh of sexually assaulting her.

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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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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