#HotGoss: Bonang Matheba is suing a newspaper over fake news

#HotGoss: Bonang Matheba is suing a newspaper over fake news

Bonang is suing a newspaper, Eddy Murphy will become a dad for the 10th time, and Tia Mowry gives some motherly advice. Get the full stories on #HotGoss with Jane. 

#HotGoss: 29 August
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Bonang wants Sunday World to pay up

According to Zalebs, Bonang Matheba’s representative, Dave Phillips, did warn the publication that if the story about her tax-fraud allegations was published, they would have no choice but to take legal action against the paper. Indeed, they did keep their word! 

Last week, reports surfaced that Bonang was under investigation for tax fraud. The lady of many talents is suing Sunday World for R10-million in damages for running with the tax-fraud story. The article stated that the personality was summonsed to appear in the Joburg Specialised Commercial Crime Court. 

The article has since been refuted. 

If they did make up this story, then that is unethical, but like all stories, there are always two sides. So let's just see how this case unfolds.  

Read: Bonang sizzles on the cover of GQ 'Power Issue'

'Daddy Daycare' himself is expecting his 10th child

Eddie Murphy and his girlfriend, Paige Butcher, are expecting their second child together, making this his 10th baby.

His other children include 29-year-old Eric with Paulette McNeely; 28-year-old Bria, 25-year-old Miles Mitchell, 23-year-old Shayne Audra, 18-year-old Zola Ivy, and 16-year-old Bella Zahra with ex-wife Nicole Mitchell Murphy; 27-year-old Christian with Tamara Hood; and 11-year-old Angel Iris with Mel B.

One more baby and we have a full soccer team! 

Congratulations to the father to be. 

Read: The best SA celeb baby showers this year

Tia Mowrey has advice for new moms trying to lose weight

Sister, Sister... TING! 

This mother of two is always honest about her journey with motherhood and how she is trying to get back in shape. 

The new mom is enjoying getting to know her daughter and watching her grow. The 'Sister, Sister' star is in no hurry to go back to her former weight and is all about giving her body time. 

Respect! The pressure society puts on new mothers to 'go back to normal' is totally unnecessary and I respect that she's letting her body do the talking. I never fully understood how celebs deal with the pressure of getting back in shape in three months? You have just gone through one of life's biggest miracles! I would imagine it takes a lot of hard work, so high fives to all of them. 

Read: Jo-Ann Strauss gets real about her post-baby weight loss

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