Bonang Matheba’s Cousin Pinky Girl Gets Dragged for Posting Screenshot From Mpura: “Tweeting for Attention”

Bonang Matheba’s Cousin Pinky Girl Gets Dragged for Posting Screenshot From Mpura: “Tweeting for Attention”

  • Pinky Girl decided to tweet about the late amapiano star Mpura randomly and got dragged for it on Twitter
  • Bonang Matheba's cousin revealed that departed muso once slid in her DMs and said he was her type
  • The reality TV star posted a screenshot of the DM, and that didn't land well with Mzansi Twitter users

PAY ATTENTION: Celebrate South African innovators, leaders and trailblazers with us! Click to check out Women of Wonder 2022 by Briefly News!

Bonang Matheba's cousin Pinky Girl got dragged for posting screenshot from Mpura
Pinky Girl revealed that the late Mpura slid in her DMs in 2020. Image: @mpura_mpura and @pinky_.girl
Source: Instagram

Pinky Girl topped trending topics on Twitter for gushing over the late Mongezi Thomas Stuurman, famously known as Mpura.

The Being Bonang reality star tweeted that she was sad because she only noticed that the Umsebenzi Wethu hitmaker sent her a direct message after his passing.

"Mpura was actually cute. Ke type. I only saw his dm from 2018 after he left us. May his soul continue to rest in peace."

Read also

White man married to woman from Limpopo has Mzansi amused after trying to eat mogudu and pap in funny video

Pinky got a backlash from Mzansi peeps, who said she was seeking attention. She responded with a screenshot to prove she was not lying. Some people claimed she didn't stand a chance with the superstar, who was almost a decade younger than her. Pinky hit back at the trolls:

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly News on your News Feed!

"Age is just a number. And it’s not wrong to appreciate someone when they are gone. We should always celebrate and remember them. We actually lost someone very special there.❤️✌️"

Amapiano artists Mpura and Killer Kau die in car accident

Mpura passed away in a car accident during the pandemic in 2021 while he was travelling to a gig in Rustenburg, reported News24. Amapiano artist Killer Kau also died in the head-on collision that took the lives of six people.

Read also

Woman risks touching Zulu bae's head, Mzansi women discuss why she deserved bf's serious side eye

See Pinky's Twitter post below:

@MphoJane8 mentioned:

"Yoh this is actually how I measure maturity and intelligence. If he wanted everyone to know he would’ve made a public comment on the picture. Revealing DMs is just so low."

@iwillfetchu commented:

"Thank God you didn’t see the DM ka nako. He was going to roast your heart."

@ApheleleJody asked:

"Where is Bonang to take Pinky Girl’s phone? "

@anentiresnack stated:

"Pinky please maan, act like you've been here before."

@charismaMissP added:

"Pinky got what she wanted. She has been tweeting for attention today. She will soon deactivate shame."

@aishaenhle wrote:

"Wasn't necessary to bring up gore he dmd you. Like show us current people who are alive ma, eseng people who are resting peacefully."

@NomahMasiteng tweeted:

"Lol, you've been wanting to say this but you didn't know how. Anyway, finally we know mtase."

Pinky Girl says Bonang Matheba schooled her on Showbiz ahead of YouTube channel launch, SA claps

Read also

'Generations: The Legacy' actor Andile Nebulane aka Detective Malinga accused of being a deadbeat father, Mzansi defensive

In another story, Briefly News reported that Tebogo Mekgwe, known as Pinky Girl, is venturing into YouTube and will soon post lifestyle content on her channel. She has been making moves to step out of Bonang Matheba's shadow but acknowledged her for giving her a few pointers.

The reality TV star said she'd use the lessons her Bonang taught her about consistency on her new journey.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
Hilary Sekgota avatar

Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za