- Bonang Matheba has revealed that she once recorded a song with Bongani Fassie, but it was never released on music platforms because it went missing
- Bongani Fassie has responded to Matheba's claims by stating that the song they did together is not with him
- He further claimed that his former record label, Muthaland Records, has the "hit song" with them, but they have responded by saying that they don't have it either
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Bonang Mathena took to social media to announce the disappearance of a song she once recorded with Bongani Fassie.
"I once recorded an R&B HIT with Bongani Fassie… I wonder if he still has it!"
She has posted the following on Twitter:
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The song that was referred to by the media personality turned out to be one she had recorded in 2005 with the help of musician and reality TV star Bongani, making it 17 years since it went missing.
Bongani responded to Bonang's heartbreaking tweet by claiming that he doesn't have the track, but it should be with his former record label, Muthaland Records. TshisaLIVE contacted Muthaland Records, and they say Bongani definitely has the track:
"When Bongani returned to Muthaland in 2014 to do the Brenda Fassie 10-year legacy project, he took the computer that had all the back-up files."
The record label also confirmed that Bonang's song was a hit, as she mentioned on Twitter, and that it's a shame it was never released.
Fans have reacted to these claims.
"We wanna hear it, Queen. Bet the lyrics include 'mo’girl, gwa iwa, go monate'."
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"Judging by your emojis, it wasn't a great a song..."
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Briefly News previously reported that social media users have slammed Bonang Matheba for sharing a peep's personal details on social media. The media personality recently shared a picture of a red car and claimed the lady bumped into her car and drove off.
The media personality pulled a shocker when she posted a picture of a red Toyota Yaris with two ladies inside. She asked her followers to help apprehend the culprit who "rammed" into her high-end vehicle and left without exchanging details.
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Source: Briefly News