- Bonang Matheba has taken to social media to announce that a local court has ordered Rea Gopane pay her R300 000
- The controversial YouTuber had claimed the stunner introduced her ex bae AKA to drugs during one of his podcasts
- Bonang has initially slapped the young podcaster with a R500 000 lawsuit but the court ordered that he must pay her a whopping R300k
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Bonang has won her case against controversial podcaster Rea Gopane. The court has ruled that the vlogger must pay the stunner R300 000 in damages.
The reality TV star took to social media to share that Rea has been ordered to pay her for claiming he introduced AKA to drugs. He was speaking in one of his episodes last year when he made the claims against the media personality.
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Bonang's loyal stans took to her comment section on the micro-bogging app to congratulate the star on her victory and share their thoughts on the outcome of the case.
"He’s going to be paying her for the next 30 years. More like a bond."
"I hope keyboard warriors and loudmouths are watching these historic scenes unfold."
"Your counsel should have applied for bank records to make sure if he can afford this suit."
"If the boy can't pay, the parents must foot the bill, imagine ledi parents di sena le yona. Otlaba homeless for go phapha nje."
"Oh yes, congratulations. He will learn. Ke gore wena le Cardi B, did what needed to be done."
Cardi B awarded over R45.3 million in defamation suit against YouTuber
In similar news, Briefly News reported that American rapper Cardi B has won big after winning a court case against a YouTuber she sued for spreading fake news.
The Bodak Yellow rapper took Tasha K, real name Latasha Kebe and her company to court, accusing them of running a malicious campaign against her. Billboard reported a juror ordered Tasha to pay more than R15.2 million for posting fake rumours about Cardi B.
On Tuesday, January 25, jurors added a R22.8 million fine in punitive damages. The blogger was also ordered to repay the mother of two's millions in legal fees.
Source: Briefly News