In the world of celebrities, the buzz never stops. Lately, there’s been quite a stir about Big Zulu and Bonang Matheba, with rumors flying that they might be more than just friends.
These whispers started when a video of them chatting at a memorial service surfaced, even though the audio was a bit fuzzy. To add some spice to the mix, Bonang hinted that a Zulu man could sweep you off your feet, fueling speculation that there’s more to their connection.
Big Zulu didn’t let the rumors simmer for too long. He shared a longer video of himself and Bonang talking and laughing, making it clear that they’re not an item. He insisted they were just having a chat, saying, “No, we were just chatting with sis @bonang_m; there is nothing more to it. Thanks again for the opportunity and being humble.” So, it seems like the sparks are just rumors after all.
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FANS REACT: ‘WE ARE SHIPPING’
Whilst Bonang keeps her pretty pout sealed on who the special man in her life is, fans are stanning over the unlikely new couple
Many fans voiced their approval of the
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“We approve! We are definitely shipping”
“Bonang is blushing in Zulu”
“South Africa is smitten! You guys look so good together”
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