Bonang and AKABonang Matheba and AKA-Image Source(Twitter)

Bonang Matheba breaks silence on AKA’s death and new relationship

South African media personality, Bonang Matheba, spoke up about her ex-boyfriend AKA’s tragic death in an interview with YFM. She also talked about her upcoming YouTube series, B*Dazzled, and her new projects and relationship.

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Bonang Matheba on AKA’s death

Bonang talked about taking time to travel and go on vacations during the interview. She also spoke about the mourning period that followed AKA’s death, saying that “the whole country was in mourning.” For weeks, fans and the public were wondering what Bonang would say about her ex-boyfriend’s passing, and some even criticized her for posting a bikini picture after the news of his death broke.

Bonang and AKA
Bonang Matheba and AKA-Image Source(Twitter)

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Bonang on B*Dazzled and her new boyfriend

Bonang revealed that the release of the second episode of B*Dazzled was delayed due to the mourning period in the country, but she is now ready to air it on April 28. She also shared that she has been travelling to different places, creating content, and prioritizing her travelling. Bonang explained, “I have been working, I know the BForce has been annoyed with me because they feel I’ve been quiet and not sharing, but I’ve gone much quieter, and that’s only because I’m 35. The older you grow, the quieter you become, and that’s because I did all the shouting and dancing when I was 20.”

She further revealed that juggling work and a new relationship caused the delay in the release of the second episode. She apologized to her fans and asked for their patience as she resumed filming.

Bonang’s plans for the future

Bonang Matheba-Image Source(Instagram)

Bonang previously stated in an interview with TshisaLIVE that she wants to occupy the digital space more. She expressed her excitement for the release of B*Dazzled, which she started many years ago, and noted how quickly traditional media has changed. She said that the show was less scripted and showed some of the behind-the-scenes of life and usual everyday things.

“I’m going back to my YouTube era. It’s important to be on YouTube. My fans wanted this, and I’m ready to give the people what they want,” Bonang stated.

Bonang Matheba is known for her achievements in the entertainment industry. Her reality TV show, Being Bonang, aired for three seasons on Mzansi Magic. She is also a successful businesswoman with her own range of clothing, bags, and lingerie. Bonang was named one of Forbes Africa’s 30 under 30 entrepreneurs in 2014 and 2018.

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