A SUNDAY tabloid revealed news about glamour girls Bonang Matheba and Poppy Ntshongwana’s fight in Ibiza.
This may seem like a late inquisition but it was shocking to hear that local female celebrities have opted to fist fights, Twitter wars and hair pulling tactics to resolve their issues. But only the two ladies know what truly happened and the several witnesses present on the island who have remained mum about the incident.
The supposed fight was over Bonang’s boyfriend, DJ Euphonik. Some of the 5FM crew members were in Ibiza and Bonang tagged along with Euphonik. According to Sunday Sun, Bonang and Poppy were not on speaking terms during the Ibiza trip and were not even sitting at the same table. When Bonang saw Poppy talking to Euphonik, she “went straight for Poppy”, a source told the newspaper. The report says Bonang then dragged Poppy by the hair and pushed her around but DJ Fresh, who is Euphonik’s friend and business partner, intervened and stopped the fight.
THE AFTER MATH:
On Sunday the Bonang denied the incident on Twitter saying: ““I don’t remember hitting any woman in the 26 years I’ve been on this Earth!!… Have a fab Sunday!!” And also posted this image above on her Instagram but it clearly didn’t sit well with 5FM’s Anele Mdoda who is also close friends with Poppy, because she went on to comment on Bonang’s post:
But they are not the only celebrities to be seen “fighting”, remember Dineo Ranaka’s fight with her pal on her reality show? Remember Kuli Roberts and Lerato Kganyago’s over a Vuzu dinner conversation that went public and turned into a bitter Twitter war? And just recently we learned of signer Kelly Khumalo’s court ordeal where she faces an assault charge for allegedly beating Orlando Pirate’s goalie Senzo Meyiwa’s customary wife Mandisa Mkhize.
All successful women in their own right, who have huge followings from fellow women across different ages.
But were all these spats worth it? Some may ask. And is fighting fast becoming the only solution to solving issues?
We can’t tell…