Bonang Matheba Wins GQ’s Man Of The Year

Bonang Matheba Wins GQ’s Man Of The Year

Bonang Matheba Wins GQ’s Man Of The Year

Bonang Matheba has been silent on our timelines for a while now. But every time the good sis comes back on our timelines is to prove why she is the leading entertainer in South Africa

Similar to her recent return to the social media streets was to showcase another achievement she has landed as the year slowly comes to its end.

Taking to her Instagram page on Saturday, 12 December 2020, to reveal how she has been honoured by GQ. The popular lifestyle magazine held its soiree for 2020’s “Man of the Year” event in the evening, and instead of naming a “man” for the title, the magazine named Queen B as the “Woman of the Year.”

Bonang Matheba Wins GQ’s Man Of The Year

Bonang and the Magazine have a long-standing relationship between the two brands. In 2018, Bonang was honoured by the GQ Magazine on their “Power Issue.” The star had showcased her star power by having the photoshoot for the cover shot at her home in Steyn City to ensure the reveal was a surprise for everyone.

But imagine the power it takes to have a glam squad and crew
come to your home to shoot a whole Magazine cover.

And to celebrate how did Queen B* decide to go to the award ceremony? Well, the only way the star knows how to- in style. Bonang opted to revisit her recently debuted look of platinum blonde hair. She paired the look with a turquoise boobtube dress that showcased her twins and “sun-tanned” skin as this was her first appearance since her return from her trip at an undisclosed coastal area.

The platinum blonde look seems to be a new favourite for the star. In 2019, Bonang had explored the multiple ways that she could wear a bob look as she played with length, cut, and colour. This year she has been experimenting with long, sleek hair. And the blonde has been a welcomed departure from her signature sleek, jet-black hair. The first time she previewed the look and got the thumbs up were during her private viewing session for “A Very Bonang Year.”

The documentary was the first time that Bonang put her stiletto heel on our neck as the two-part documentary series become a rating winner for her broadcasting home. She then followed that win with the release of the popular canned House of BNG rosé nectar. A drink and packaging that have been adopted into South Africa’s summer culture.

And that is not to say that 2021 does not look like she is set to win again, because it does. Already there a two secured international bags, now we wait to see what is more to come in the New Year.

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