Bonang Matheba and Major League DJ, Banele Mbere, seem to enjoy teasing their fans about their alleged romance. The rumour mill is in overdrive with claims that the pair are dating. They have been spotted out together on more than one occasion. While the stars were never alone during the outings, the ‘cosy’ pictures led to speculation about whether they were more than just friends.
Neither Bonang nor Banele has confirmed or denied the reports. They seem to be enjoying playing the guessing game with their fans. This time they set tongues wagging with baby talk. The playful exchange went down in the comments section of one of Banele’s Instagram posts.
Banele shared a picture of himself jet skiing and Bonang commented with the ‘ok hand’ emoji and a rocket emoji. One of the DJ’s followers noticed Queen B’s comment and decided to be spicy.
Y’all must have a child together, engabacute njani,” the woman wrote. Bonang replied: “lol!! @banz_majorleague Whatchu say Papi? Shall we?” Banele stepped into the conversation with a funny reply of his own. haha let’s do it. Alu needs a sibling,” he wrote. Word on the street is that Bonang and Banele are not actually a couple but are good friends. Queen B’s real man is apparently a rich foreigner who does not even live in SA!
In other news – Limpopo Chief orders foreigners to leave his village
A Limpopo traditional leader has ordered foreign tuckshop owners to leave his village “for selling fake products”. Chairperson of the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa in Limpopo, Kgoshi Letsiri Phaahla, told Sowetan last week he served notices to at least six foreign shopkeepers in his village, giving them seven days to leave, which they have ignored.
Phaahla of GaPhaahla village near Jane Furse said he was approached by concerned residents who raised complaints regarding fake and expired products. Resident Wolf Machika, 62, who was renting his building to a foreign national, alleged that he was assaulted while fighting off the group which wanted to loot a tuckshop. He said the group told him they were sent by Phaahla following written notice. “The group, most of whom appeared drunk, came and forced their way into my yard on Thursday afternoon. Read more