- South African media personality Bonang Matheba was recently dragged in AKA's drama and she did not like it
- The media and business mogul clapped back to the insinuations about her involvement in AKA's alleged drug habit
- Mzansi social media users were impressed by how she handled the negative attention
Bonang Matheba has been minding her business and getting her coin. However, she has found herself getting dragged into AKA’s drama.
The media personality did not directly confront the people who mentioned her but she did offer some strong words about what she thought of the situation.
Bonang has been accused of influencing AKA to pick up an alleged drug habit. Taking to social media, Bonang posted a cryptic message about the situation. She said:
“...filth everywhere! Enjoy your day.”
Many were able to put two and two together and responded to Matheba’s tweet accordingly.
“Keep on working hard & never get distracted by anything that's not going to benefit you & your family.”
“Are you referring to the videos doing the rounds of your ex? May i ask queen? Did you see any behavior of abuse when you were with him?”
“Bathi udla izidakamizwa drug's” (They are saying you take drugs)
“I love how you not focusing on the negativity surrounding your name rn.”
Meanwhile Briefly News reported that Mzansi musician and media personality Scoop Makhathini is being dragged on social media for speaking about AKA's alleged drug abuse problem. Fans hosted a podcast and said that Scoop told Mzansi that AKA is on hard drugs and Bonang Matheba had introduced him to that life.
"Scoop told us that AKA is on coke and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that after the interview we had him right here at this place," said Rea, the host of the podcast.
Mzansi social media users were shocked at these allegations and dragged Scoop for accusing AKA of being on hard drugs. A few felt that Scoop was not being genuine because he's AKA's friend.
Check out the different reactions from social media users in Mzansi below:
"Yall act like you've forgotten that video yaka B and AKA dancing with coke on the table."
"Again, South African podcasts are just dudes who love gossiping."
"Private conversations with idiots get you here, Scoop now might get some legal action on him."
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