Friday, August 14, 2015

The untold story behind D’Banj and Bonang Twitter drama

It doesn’t seem to be the best of times for South African media/TV personality Bonang Matheba, the alleged girlfriend of music sensation D’banj.
When Bonang was spotted with the artist few weeks ago at the MAMAs, she shone like a diamond beside D’banj and many would have thought their love was made in heaven. The two were even seen exchanging kisses as they enjoyed the moment together, further confirming the speculations that they were dating.
It was however a rude shock when D'banj publicly acknowledged and declared his love for Adama Indimi, a rich kid from the North and the daughter of billionaire business man, Alhaji Idinmi. D'banj and Adama have been dating on/off since 2011 and many thought dating was already a closed case for the two.

Rumour has it that the musicican’s recent public outing and kiss with Bonang caused a huge rift between Adama and D’banj who have been dating secretly, and D’banj has been looking for a way to publicly declare his love for Adama, and to also let the whole world know where his heart truly belonged. When the later celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, the former felt it was an opportunity to declare his love for the later.
He wrote on his page “Happy birthday to this very beautiful and extra ordinary woman, she’s one in a lifetime…my best friend, my closest and best ally, my beautiful princess, the queen of my heart. Have a blast my dear. I love you very much babe. Muah!
People went on social media to drag Bonang to the mud, as they felt Dbanj had publicly ridiculed the presenter.
“If Bona can be side chick with her 100% Brazilian human hair, how about you with that plastic fake hair”
“Bonanag is MEEKING somewhere!!!! LOOOOOOOL”
These were part of the humiliating remarks people put up on social media.

We are pleading with Bonang to take heart, according to what our elders say “thousands of birds can fly in the air at the same time, without one disturbing the other from flying.”  If the news going on social media is untrue, we urge aunty Bonang to prove naysayers wrong.

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