Bonang Matheba to join Season 2 of Netflix’s Young, Famous & African
South African media personality Bonang Matheba is set to return to reality TV in Netflix’s second season of Young, Famous & African. The show’s all-star cast will also see the introduction of Ghanaian-American rapper Fantana and former Big Brother Africa contestant Luis Munana.
Bonang Returns to Reality TV In Young, Famous & Africa
Bonang’s return to reality TV comes after the successful three-season run of her show Being Bonang on Mzansi magic. Fans have been eagerly waiting to catch a glimpse of the media personality’s life, from her romantic to business endeavours. In January, she also ventured into the YouTube space with B*dazzled.
The All-Star Cast Returns
The upcoming season of Young, Famous & African will see the return of the all-star cast from season one, facing unanswered questions and unresolved drama. Diamond Platnumz, Andile Ncube, and Zari Hassan’s chance encounter in Diamond’s home leaves viewers questioning what happened between them. Additionally, Khanyi Mbau and Nadia Nakai’s heated arguments and drama have yet to be resolved.
Bring the champaaaagne darling, there’s some new faces to toast to! Season 2 of Young, Famous & African is coming to your screens on 19 May, exclusively on Netflix. #YoungFamousAfrican pic.twitter.com/jS5N5bh5K6
— NetflixSA (@NetflixSA) April 18, 2023
The trailer for the second season of Young, Famous & African is now available for viewers to watch, giving a sneak peek into what viewers can expect in the upcoming season.
The reality TV star is a welcome addition to the cast as fans all over Africa have been calling for the show producers to add her face to their cast.