Is Queen B’s diva like behaviour catching up with her?

Is Queen B’s diva like behaviour catching up with her?

- Bonang Matheba is possibly the most famous and glamorous celeb in the country

- Queen B is usually the first name on any social event’s guest list

- Unfortunately for Queen B, at least one social event wants nothing to do with her because she often times acts like a diva

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Bonang Matheba is quite possibly South Africa’s most famous and glamorous celebrity, she is our version of all three Kardashian sisters.

Queen B as her fans call her lives a fabulous lifestyle filled with social events and A-list parties, and she has done a magnificent job of building herself into a brand, millions of South Africans follow her every move.

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Queen B is usually one of the first if not the first name on the guest list of any social event which hopes to attract top celebs and business names.

Briefly.co.za gathered that unfortunately for Queen B she will not be invited or even allowed into this year’s Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo event. The organisers of the event have reportedly issued strict instructions to their PR companies not to allow Queen B to attend.

This comes after Bonang was accused of behaving like a diva during last year’s event and demanded to be removed from Somizi’s marquee.

This just proves that while acting like a diva will open some doors and get you noticed it could just lead to long-term disaster.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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