Bonang Matheba Explains Swift Exit From Young, Famous And African
Renowned South African television presenter Bonang Matheba has revealed the motive behind her swift departure from the acclaimed Netflix reality series, Young Famous and African.
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The presence of media personality in the second season of the show garnered immense excitement among fans. However, her brief cameo appearance ultimately left many viewers feeling disappointed.
As a consequence, social media platforms were flooded with various theories as to why she departed from the series, as fans attempted to unravel the mystery behind her sudden exit.
It is said that she left in other to avoid “power struggles, different egos from fellow cast members, and rumors that could have potentially tainted her brand”.
Setting the record straight, Queen B said she didn’t leave because of the altercation with Luis.
“I didn’t just leave the show,” she tells ZiMoja. “I was just a guest star and not a permanent cast member. My job was to be in and out.”
Bonang also discussed her recent triumph following a nearly two-year legal struggle with her previous management agency, Celebrity Services Africa (CSA) Global.
After a prolonged legal dispute concerning the ownership of the Method Cap Classique (MCC) brand House of BNG, the two parties have finally reached a settlement they believed they deserved.
This enduring conflict regarding the House of BNG brand has now been resolved.
The former Live Amp presenter expresses her immense joy and satisfaction with this victory, particularly due to the protracted nature of the case.
“Yes! I’m very happy about the win. It’s been a long and uncomfortable battle but we prevailed.”
Bonang says she does not doubt that her supporters will take her business and brand to greater heights through their support.