Bonang Matheba Forced To Recall Copies Of Her Memoir Over Grammatical Errors
Bonang Matheba's newly released memoir titled “From A to B” is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors, and fans are not happy about this.
So, they have taken to social media to express their displeasure over said errors forcing Bonang to take action.
The media personality has since recalled the books admitting in an interview that she issued the recall just to ‘keep them quiet’.
On this note, her publishers, BlackBird Books, have begun a nationwide recall of the book following outrage from readers who exposed the poor editing and factual errors.
Folks took to Twitter to share screenshots of the book to point out grammatical errors.
“So there was drama surrounding my book, so I said, you know what, in order to keep these people quiet, let’s take this book back, reprint it and fix the things they thought were wrong with the book and re-release it.
“It’s going to be a brand-new edition coming out at the end of this particular week. My book tour starts again and I think it’s so awesome that my fans have been supportive. I’m so excited. I think there is a reason why everything happens. Now the book is even better.” She said in an interview.
Let's hope the errors stay out of the reprinted copies.