Rea Gopane unfazed by Bonang Matheba saying she will see him in court

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Rea Gopane, the vlogger made famous for being sued by one of South Africa’s biggest stars, said he does not need luck for court.

The vlogger landed himself in trouble with media personality Bonang Matheba last year after he claimed in one of his podcast episodes that she introduced her ex-boyfriend, rapper AKA, to cocaine.

Following his claims, Bonang hit back at the vlogger and served him with a R500K lawsuit.

He was told by her legitimate group to withdraw his articulations and issue a statement of regret on his online media stages as a video and a letter.

Rea did as educated and recorded a statement of regret coordinated towards Bonang. In any case, the issue of whether or not he paid the star the total she requested has not been uncovered.

Presently Bonang has implied she isn't yet finished with the vlogger and that they are set to go to court soon.

Taking to Twitter, she said: "best of luck @reagopane".

In her notices, tweeps said they thought their legitimate tussle was finished, to which Bonang answered: "Courts are open. Time to shake."

Taking to Twitter, the vlogger was resolute by Bonang's tweet and is prepared for a go head to head.

"The exceptional Bonang Matheba is as yet frantic she required a shot and missed a year ago. Much appreciated yet I needn't bother with your best of luck. See you soon, mother."

This isn't whenever Rea first has been resolute by Bonang. In October last year, after his underlying assault on the star, he trained in on her following news that she was in a fight over the responsibility for House of BNG brand.

Responding to the news in an episode of "Everything SA Music TV", Rea said that Bonang was not savvy, and that all she had behind her were her fans.

"She has generally that energy for myself as well as her business isn't right, yet you need to flex to your fans. Bonang isn't quite as shrewd as she claims to be.

"All she's great at is getting her fans to assault individuals, she's been doing it for two or three years," he said.


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