Bonnie Henna Covers Real Mag
Bonnie Henna is on the August 2012 cover of Real Magazine, and she looks so so beautiful, I had to stop and buy the copy. I was not disappointed with the issue, it’s well put together & has short but interesting articles. In true Real style, all the interviews are about some moments of depression or sadness the celebs went through, and how they got over them… so expect one from Sophie Ndaba, Bonang and if Kelly Khumalo hasn’t been on yet, she should have another cover when he reality show comes on air. Shout out to the Real Mag team though, I liked the issue.
What Real got right is their interviews, where you feel like the celebrity is chatting with you, sharing their story with an old friend they haven’t seen in a while. Eish, I feel like I’ve said this before…
Anyway, I loved the pictures of Bonnie in the mag, that is one hell of a hot photo shoot, she looked really happy too, a big contrast from the story.
When I read that interview I felt like it was a continuation of her interview with True Love... not sure if continuation is the right word, but half of it was about the True Love story, with “I “instead of the “we “that was used in TL.
Well, the big news for Bonnie is that she has written a book about her depression. The book is called “Eye Bags and Dimples” and will be released in September. *Side eye Khanyi Mbau* That interview with True Love was really deep and open so I’m not sure just how much of what’s going to be in the book will be new, and I still feel like Khanyi and Kelly, who are also writing books, Bonnie is still too young, and what she is going through now could’ve been another chapter in the book.
Speaking of that chapter in her life, I bought the magazine not only because it was beautiful but because I was looking forward to reading her comment on the rumoured separation from her husband but all she says about this is to acknowledge that there is speculation, they are going through a rough time, she respects him, he’s a great dad and we must pray for them.
If she says we must pray for them, I’m gonna assume there is still hope and pray for them because we need for all these young couples to stay together. Love can’t always end up in break ups hle… it just shouldn’t.
If you’re a Bonnie fan, or if you didn’t read her TL cover story, you’ll enjoy reading this. There’s also an interview with Zama Jobe about her ups and downs, and another one where Nkulee Dube talks about Lebo Mathosa. I didn’t read this interview because you know, whenever I read such articles, my reaction is “Oh puhleez, shut up!” and I don’t wanna say that to Nkulee.