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Bonang Is Now ‘Pulling A Bushiri’ On Mzansi, says Twitter

The Queen B has launched her own app, but Twitter is already complaining, saying she lives in a world where there is no recession. Bonang ...

The Queen B has launched her own app, but Twitter is already complaining, saying she lives in a world where there is no recession.

Bonang Matheba has launched her app in partnership with Cell C, giving Cell C subscribers free benefits, while other networks’ subscribers get charged.

According to the info on the app, people will “get exclusive behind-the-scenes access and be part of her inner circle. See the world through her eyes and get the best stories, photos and videos directly from Bonang”.

“Be the first to know all the latest news about Bonang’s career and glamorous personal life; discover her favourite spots to eat, shop and hang out; learn about the products she loves the most; get inspired by her personal advice and tips; enjoy her favourite videos, handpicked for you; receive her latest social media updates, all gathered in one place; ask her any question and get a personalised answer.”
Bonang Is Now ‘Pulling A Bushiri’ On Mzansi, says Twitter
To subscribe to Bonang by Cell C App, you will be charged R3 a day and R50 a month subscription fee for prepaid and postpaid customers respectively. Non-Cell C customers will pay a subscription fee of R60 a month. The first seven days are free.

Though some, such as Pearl Modiadie, have congratulated her on her new deal, some on Twitter have argued the Queen B is definitely living in her own world, where there is no recession. Being her fan is expensive, they argued.

They say the app is a waste of money, as she already has a reality TV show, a tell-all book and social media accounts she uses to update her fans.

“Bonang is pulling a Bushiri The Major 1 stunt with this R60 p/m app.. after A to B, failed to do the Job.. Baqede wena Queen B Banyis,” said one of her followers.

“Her BMojis which cost R40 are not doing well. What makes them think this app will do any better. We are in junk status we don’t have money,” said another.