Ka-ching! Bonang Matheba keeps making big money moves
The media personality has revealed that her new Brut & Brut Rosé MCCs will be served at the Presidential Inauguration on Saturday.
Queen B launched the champagne in March. The first batch of bottles, which cost R499 each, sold out within hours.
Two months later and the 31-year-old is taking her bubbly to new heights.
“The @houseofbng is proud bubbly supplier for the 2019 Presidential Inauguration on May 25th 2019!! Congratulations to President-Elect Cyril Ramaphosa! We can’t wait to toast you,” she wrote on Instagram.
Bonang’s MCCs is a sparkling wine made using a traditional French method known as Méthode Cap Classiques. It’s SA’s version of champagne
The TV presenter had been working on House of BNG for over two years before the launch.
The brand is already expanding.
“I see House of BNG as an umbrella company that’s going to give birth to so many other things. Imagine House of BNG the fashion range,” she told Power FM in an interview
Queen B added that she is already working on a shoe line
“I have signed an incredible diamond deal in New York for a shoe range that is coming out under House of BNG.”
Bonang’s fans flooded her Twitter timeline with messages of congratulations.
“This is power on its own @bonang_m . Champagne darling will forever be iconic. May the Lord continue to shower you with overflowing blessings @bonang_m love you,” one wrote.
— Bongani Mokoena (@theebeefierce) May 24, 2019
— loud boy 🔕 (@_leshomo) May 24, 2019
Will we get to hear President Cyril Ramaphosa say “champagne, darling” at the inauguration?