Bonang Matheba mocked for reducing her standard because of money.

Bonang Matheba is getting mocked for lowering her standards due to financial constraints. According to a Twitter user, the media celebrity, who is one of the most well-known ladies in the South African entertainment business, has begun taking small jobs.

“So Bonang is accepting small gigs now,” the tweep wrote.


Queen B saw the tweet and curiously asked what the tweep meant. No one explained to the star as other tweeps reacted with laughing emojis, though someone wrote “pandemic”.

It’s assumed that the person is attempting to blame the epidemic in 2020/2021. Queen B’s standard may have been lowered as a result of the epidemic, and she may have accepted anything that comes her way.

“You guys are laughing but not answering me. Genuinely wanna know,” Bonang reacted.


Meanwhile, Bonang Matheba has switched from presenting the AMVCA in Lagos, Nigeria, to hosting RHOLagos, which debuted in Joburg, South Africa, when the lockdown was lifted.

She also joined the Zero Malaria Starts With Me movement, which is a collaboration between Paramount Africa’s youth channel brands, MTV Base and BET Africa, and the Zero Malaria Starts With Me campaign.

Bonang Matheba returned to South Africa from New York like just yesterday, but the 34-year-old says she is eager to return to the Big Apple.

Queen B, as her followers refer to her, moved to the well-known American city in May of last year. She had been talking about moving abroad since 2019, but her plans had been put on hold owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bonang kept a low presence on social media during her time in New York, although she would periodically share glimpses of her new life with the B-Force.

She walked the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards and New York Fashion Week, among other events. Queen B was also seen with celebrities such as Duckie Thot, an Australian model.

Bonang was mistaken for actress Zoe Saldana during a trip to Times Square. Despite the fact that she hinted that she would be working on a few projects, her vacation appeared to be more about fun than business.

Bonang, on the other hand, claims to have been hard at work behind the scenes on her career ambitions.

Bonang returned to South Africa in late 2021 to visit her family and friends as well as deal with a few business matters.

Speaking to Drum magazine, Bonang says she will be returning to NYC very soon.

“I am home, but I am still very much a New York girl. I will be going back in a couple of days,” she told the publication.

Queen B added that she has been “hush-hush” about what she has been doing in America but fans will be “pleasantly surprised” when all is revealed.

“I was working. People tend to think that when they don’t see what it is that you are doing, you are not busy, but I have many surprises on the pipeline.”

“Bonang is planning on having homes on both sides. She LOVES her home, she loves this country and she’s got a lot of business projects which require her input in Mzansi so she won’t be leaving permanently. She will spend her time on both sides of the ocean,” her manager told All4Women.