Bonga Sithole Explains on TikTok That People in Rehab Were Surprising Him, That Is Why He Had to Break Free

Bonga Sithole Explains on TikTok That People in Rehab Were Surprising Him, That Is Why He Had to Break Free

  • Bonga Sithole took a moment to explain to the people of Mzansi why he decided to quit rehab
  • TikTok user Kagiso Ramokopu shared the video of Bonga explaining how he felt religiously suppressed in rehab
  • The people of Mzansi feel for Bonga, however, they feel his know-all attitude is getting him nowhere

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Bonga Sithole is back on the streets and the people of Mzansi couldn’t understand why. The man explained his reasons in a TikTok, claiming “rehab suppressed him.”

Bonga Sithole telling his story
TikTok user Kagiso Ramokopu shared the video of Bonga explaining how he felt religiously suppressed in rehab. Image: TikTok / Kagiso Ramokopu
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Addiction is a tough battle to conquer. An addict will find any reason for them not to stay clean, even if they know their reasons are not valid.

TikTok user Kagiso Ramokopu shared a video in which Bonga explained that he felt rehab was limiting him as a spiritual person and he had to get out.

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He claimed they limited his time of worship and infringed on his “constitutional right to religion.” Bonga isn’t afraid as he believes everything he is going through is what God has set out for him, so he’s embracing it.

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Bonga is willing to complete rehab, but not at the same institution.

The people of Mzansi share their thoughts on Bonga’s explanation

While people sympathise with Bonga, some feel the man is not ready to make the changes that he needs to. Bonga has an excuse for everything and people do not think anything will change until he admits fault.

Take a look at what some had to say:

@zinhlemdlalose292 said:

“I think we gave Bonga too much credit... He thinks he knows everything manje.”

@Pather_Porky said:

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“Intelligence is useless without wisdom.”

@fortunendebele said:

“One thing about Bonga is he thinks knows too much, and it will be difficult for him to humble himself and learn.”

@nhlez brown said:

“One thing about Bonga he will explain ”

@T. Baloyi said:

“He thinks he's clever with his English but one day he is gonna regret this opportunity.”

New video shows Bonga Sithole back to begging on the streets after quitting rehab, peeps share their views

In related news, Briefly News previously reported that a recent video has confirmed that Bonga Sithole is back on the streets. This comes after Sisanda Qwabe-Coutaud, who had helped the man get his life together, posted a video online disclosing that the homeless man had checked himself out of rehab.

Footage posted by @AdvoBarryRoux shows the well-spoken homeless man begging for money from cars on the road as one lady calls him close and inquires on why he is back on the streets.

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The lady explains that she doesn't have money for him as a mute and disappointed Bonga looks at her before walking off.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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