The follower tagged Bonang in a since-deleted tweet which read;
“I prayed about it and God says you need to bow before him and praise him publicly and stop producing alcohol. Why don't you use your influence for good?”.
Whilst many of us would stop dead in our tracks at this prophetic vision, Bonang didn't bat an eyelid when it came to responding.
She had just two words (and an emoji) to say about it;
Naturally the B-Force sided with their queen.
In all fairness, Bonang is using her influence for good with her many charity endeavors which include heading up the Bonang Matheba Bursary Fund - which aims to provide 10 young ladies an opportunity each year. By 2020 Bonang aims to increase this number to 40 to 50 girls.
She's also revealed plans to start her own primary school and is also Global Citizen Ambassador.
To top that off, Bonang has also won several philanthropy awards for work at the United Nations as an advocate for women and young girls.
Let's not forget what an awesome role model she is as a successful businesswoman.
If that isn't using her influence for good, than what is?
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