They are two of South Africa's hottest and richest celebs and the people just love them. But, Minnie Dlamini and Bonang Matheba have reportedly been feuding for years.
Rumours of a feud has been circulating since the two bombshells worked together on LIVE , or now know as Live AMP.
Bonang reportedly could not stand newbie Dlamini stealing the spotlight, and that where the feud allegedly started.
Queen B has even been accused of throwing her 30th birthday the same day as Dlamini's umembeso as an attempt to overshadow it.
But, neither one of the two stars ever to disliking one another, despite being each others' rivals in a very competitive industry.
So, Briefly.co.za decided to compare the two beauties and ultimately decide who is the real queen of entertainment.
Looking at who has the most followers on Instagram, Minnie Dlamini takes this one with 2.1 million followers over Bonang's 1.9 million.
Both Bonang and Dlamini are known for their amazing fashion scene. The two have even been spotted in one of the fashion hot-spots in the world, Paris.
They often post pictures of themselves on social media, wearing clothes other women can only dream of.
Their love lives
Thus far, Minnie Dlamini has been luckier in love. She married the love of her life , Quinton Jones, in a beautiful ceremony last year.
Bonang dated South African rapper AKA for a few years. But, despite being dubbed one of South Africa's most powerful couples, the duo split in December last year.
The famous friends
Both Bonang and Dlamini have famous friends. Recently Bonang attended a star-studded baby shower for former Miss South Africa Tansey Coetzee.
Dlamini recently got to hang out with Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.
Both media personalities have very successful careers, which allows them to travel the world and enjoy the finer things in life.
So, at the end of the day, we can't choose between Bonang Matheba and Minnie Dlamini, we just love them both.
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