By: Poelano Malema
‘Being Bonang’ producer accuses Bonang of “bullying”
The producer of the ‘Being Bonang’ reality show has finally responded to claims that he owes Queen B money.
In 2019, Bonang Matheba told her followers that there won’t be any other seasons of ‘Being Bonang’.
She said shooting Season 3 was the worst experience of her life.
“Making ‘Being Bonang’ Season 3 was one of the worst working experiences of my life!! Glad it’s ending….. remind me to tell ya’ll why one day!,” she tweeted in 2019.
….making Being Bonang Season 3 was one of the worst working experiences of my life!! Glad it’s ending….. remind me to tell ya’ll why one day! ❤️
— Bonang Matheba ? (@bonang_m) October 11, 2019
Matheba has finally revealed the reason why there won’t be another season of her reality show. She claimed that she was owed money.
“I’m over it… and they owe me money so, nah!! Maybe….B*dazzled reloaded?,” she said in a tweet.
I'm over it… and they owe me money so, nah!! Maybe….B*dazzled reloaded? https://t.co/ab2pOQiBMb
— Bonang Matheba ? (@bonang_m) April 13, 2021
Many Tweeps believed that Matheba was talking about the executive producer of the show, Legend Manqele, and it seems they were right.
Manqele set the record straight and told Daily Sun that he doesn’t owe Bonang money and her accusations are “bullying”.
“I don’t owe Bonang anything. Seeing her tweets about me owing her money is not only bullying, but also incorrect information,” he told the publication.
The producer told The Citizen that the show was cancelled because it wasn’t performing well.
“For the record, Being Bonang was cancelled because it wasn’t performing. It was the channel that decided not to continue with the reality show,” he said.