Bonang Matheba To Sue DJ Zinhle Over Statement To Press On Snatching Rapper AKA

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The on-going battle between DJ Zinhle and Bonang Matheba has just gotten hotter.

Bonang who weeks ago denied ever having an affair with AKA when DJ Zinhle was pregnant, has now taken legal action by sending DJ Zinhle a letter from her lawyers demanding that she apologizes to their client.

The lawyers are also preparing fresh legal documents to stop DJ Zinhle from making statements about her according to reports.

In the papers that were served to DJ Zinhle she was asked to withdraw her statement about Bonang Matheba and also apologize; DJ Zinhle has yet to make any statement in reaction to the letters she was served.

You can read parts of the letter from Bonang Matheba’s lawyers below;

Our client has thus instructed us to demand from you, as we hereby do, that you give an undertaking, by no later than the close of business on Monday, September 14 2015, that you shall refrain from publishing defamatory statements about her.

“And that you shall refrain from publishing any statements that may cause harm to her emotional wellbeing.

“Withdraw the statement that you made about our client on or about September 10 2015., issue a public apology, wherein you apologise to our client for the defamatory statements you made against her.

“Such apology shall be published through the mediums you used when you defamed our client.

“And refrain from threatening our client. Should you not accede to the aforesaid demands, our instructions are to immediately apply for an interdict against yourself at the High Court, in respect of the threatening conduct you are displaying against our client.

“The costs of such an application shall be for your account.

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