It’s a sad day for Pinkygirl as well at the B-Force. The DJ/reality television star has just revealed that she’s lost her grandmother. This comes just three days after her birthday celebrations. Pinky shared the sorrowful news through her social media. “I just lost my grandma,” she posted on Twitter.
I just lost my grandma 😭💔
— Pinkygirl 🇿🇦 (@tebogopinkygirl) March 24, 2021
Since Pinkygirl and Bonang are cousins, chances are that the passing has also affected Bonang Matheba deeply. The House of BNG founder is yet to share anything about her family’s loss on social media. Earlier this month, Mo’ghel had revealed to a fan that her work behind the scenes had been keeping her extremely busy. “I never know how to respond to this… but my wine life is a BIG STORY… colossal!”
This has worried her millions of fans worried as she did not confirm whether or not she’ll be returning to television and radio. After all, Bonang is SA’s number one broadcaster – we need her on the airwaves and small screens.
Pinkygirl was in a celebratory mood this past weekend as it marked her birthday. “More than anything, I would like to thank the Almighty God for the gift of life and happiness. As I celebrate yet another birthday, I pray for continuous breakthroughs and blessings forevermore. I’m blessed and grateful,” shared the socialite.
Real name Tebogo Mekgwe, Pinkygirl gained popularity through Bonang’s reality show Being Bonang and has not looked back since. She’s made good use of the fame acquired through the show and built a career as a DJ and influencer. She’s played at some of the hippest and happening events around Mzansi and has partnered with major brands. Before the fame, she was working in the ICT industry for more than 6 years. She’s a graduate of the Midrand Graduate Institute.
Many would be surprised to know that she is a year younger than her cousin Bonang even though she looks a bit older than the Queen. She was born in 1988 while Bonang was born in 1987.