Social media compares Bonang VS DJ Zinhle without makeup – Photos causes a stir. Black Twitter President and troll Chris Excel has courted controversy once again after comparing rivals Bonang and Zinhle to each other.
This comes after Bonang revealed a flawless face – without any make-up – following her Nivea partnership this week.
But the Twitter personality was reminded of Zinhle’s own natural look, as seen in an episode of her BET reality TV show Unexpected.
On Thursday, Bonang shared a tutorial of herself applying her Nivea skincare products. And silencing her critics, the media mogul went completely make-up-free, bar from a pair of false eyelashes.
Without make up
Bonang. Zinhle pic.twitter.com/xesSEZDxoU
— ChrisExcel (@ChrisExcel102) July 14, 2022
The video marked a rare occasion that a glamorous celebrity has gone without a full face of make-up on. On the flipside, Zinhle has shared many selfies without a stitch of make-up on.
You’re so mean
— Maselelo (@Maselelo_Kgoale) July 14, 2022
Because she is still with makeup on
— sibabalwe (@sq_sibabalwe) July 14, 2022
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Sharing side-by-side pics, Chris Excel compared Zinhle’s look to Bonang. The post split tweeps into arguing that the playing field was not level between the stars.
Many felt that Bonang had an “unfair advantage”
But in a weave girl so you can’t compare no muntu with no weave but she’s gorgeous .
— Nompumelelo (@lihlelelogmail1) July 14, 2022
Another celebrity whose natural face won praise from fans was that of actress Natasha Thahane.
Before Bonang’s natural face reveal, tweeps compared her to the mom of one’s 2020 Garnier skincare advertising campaign.
Here's Natasha we can see she's not wearing makeup on Garnier . and there's Bonang we can see she's applying the product on a full facebeat, that can't be right. NIVEA is wrong. If anything Bonang could have just dressed up and pose next to the product but not apply. pic.twitter.com/pYgCzimb8g
— Praise (@Praise707) July 13, 2022
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