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Bonang spills the tea on dating famous men and heartbreak

30 May 2018 - 11:16 By Kyle Zeeman
Bonang says the trick is to love the person and not pay attention to what they do for a living.
Bonang says the trick is to love the person and not pay attention to what they do for a living.

It's been several months since Bonang and rapper AKA split and sis has shared some of the tips she learnt about dating famous people and dealing with heartache.

Queen B has slowly become more open about her former relationship with AKA and told True Love magazine some of the struggles that come with dating someone who is a star.

"It's difficult and it takes a lot of patience. It's not just the two of you in that relationship but the prying eyes of fans and the public at large.

The solution?

"I've learnt the trick is not to pay attention to what the person does for a living - fall in love with the human being."

You gotta be like...

Bonang recently told viewers on her reality show that she cried for days after her split from AKA.

"Let me tell you how I got over my break-up, I used to cry and cry for days, I locked myself up for days and I eventually got over it."

She later confirmed that she wasn't planning to give the relationship a second go.

Opening up about heartbreak, she said that no amount of fame could stop you from breaking down when love leaves the door.

"No one is immune to heartbreak. You can be a superstar, have all the money in the world and grace the cover of True Love, but your heart will be broken. That's my life lesson! How you react to heartbreak builds your character and will strengthen you. You reach rock bottom and it forces you to get up and pull yourself together," she told True Love.

We feel you, girl.

But don't lose sleep over B. Sis told TshisaLIVE not too long ago that she had moved on and was loving life, while travelling across the country and overseas for projects.

"I spend most weeks out of the country and I am just travelling. I love seeing new people and being in new places, but South Africa is always home."