Media personality and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba, is known for connecting with her fans.
The local celeb recently made fans giggle when she spoke broken Zulu in an episode of Being Bonang. One fan called the language Bonang used, a “XhoZulu mix”.
Beloved South African media personality and business woman, Bonang Matheba, has a reputation for having a special connection with her fans.
Mzansi’s Queen B recently had a good chuckle with her followers when someone pointed out the strange version of Zulu that Bonang was speaking on her reality TV show, Being Bonang.
A fan named Zimkita shared a clip from the show, where Bonang was attempting to speak in Zulu, and called the moment “hella funny”.
In true Bonang style, Queen B joined in the giggles and assured fans that her Zulu speaking is getting “better” every day.
My Zulu gets better eeerrrrrday! 🤣 https://t.co/or8Lxft8n8
— Bonang B* Matheba (@bonang_m) August 17, 2019
Briefly.co.za saw that many fans fondly teased Bonang for her unique version of Zulu, with some suggesting that some Xhosa slipped into her dialect.
Zulu and Xhosa 🤣
— THE CHUBBY LAWYER (@MsMseleku) August 17, 2019
— Kile Phokie (@kile_phokie) August 17, 2019
Mara Bonang I heard you speaking Zulu as early as 2010 when you were still in LIVE with Phila Mazibuko and you were fluent 🤞🏽
— Msa Azania Ncanana (@msancanana) August 18, 2019
Others were just in love with Bonang’s infectious energy on the show.
You are such a funny character 😅❤️
— Moghel (@Zimkita_N) August 17, 2019
I love her energy ❤️
— 🎂🎊🎉17 August 🎊🎉🎂 (@Neliswa14126248) August 17, 2019
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