Zodwa Wabantu Claims She's Tired of Alcohol, Checks Into Rehab to 'Explore'

Zodwa Wabantu Claims She's Tired of Alcohol, Checks Into Rehab to 'Explore'

- Zodwa Wabantu has shared that she's tired of drinking alcohol and recently checked herself into a rehab centre in Durban

- The exotic dancer posted a clip of herself while at the centre and revealed that she voluntarily checked herself in to "explore"

- Zodwa's fans praised their fave for taking the bold step to help herself now before it is too late

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Zodwa Wabantu has shared that she's tired of drinking alcohol. The socialite recently voluntarily checked herself into a Durban rehabilitation centre.

The socialite posted a video of herself at the rehab centre a few days ago. The exotic dancer told her fans that she wanted to "explore" what it was like to get treatment for alcohol addiction.

Zodwa Wabantu Claims She's Tired of Alcohol, Checks Into Rehab to 'Explore'
Zodwa Wabantu said she's tired of drinking alcohol. Image: @zodwalibram
Source: Instagram

In the clip, the media personality shared that she decided to visit the centre because she's always drunk. Drinking booze and taking drugs is considered a norm in Zodwa's line of duty. Zodwa parties almost every weekend and she usually shared videos of herself drinking while performing or after performing.

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When Zodwa checked herself into the rehab centre recently, she asked her Durban friends not to disturb her. Zodwa said:

"Please guys, Durban friends: do not call me, it’s my journey. I am tired; I am tired of alcohol, even now I am drunk and I have a hangover but I am coming to Durban to relax."

Zodwa's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on Zodwa's huge decision. Check out some of their opinions below:

mulaudziflorence wrote:

"One human who's honest... that's what I love about you. All the best sis."

charlee_hustle_ said:

"I love this. If you can, please send one of your loving fans to rehab. The war on drugs is killing our youth and unfortunately not everyone can afford rehab."

aidennovak2016 commented:

"I know someone who supplies rehab people with drugs. Let's stop hustling the wrong way and endangering instead of saving people's lives. Good journey to take, let's support and not see a business opportunity. Good luck Zowi."

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drksunsetdentistry said:

"You have our support Skhokho... refresh."

thatowagachirwa wrote:

"Rest my love."

a_ra_beats commented:

"You are a very strong individual. All the best on your journey, trust me you're not the only one who's tired."

sissy_mazibuko added:

"All the best on your journey. Much love coming from this side."

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In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Zodwa Wabantu is a good mother and one of the hardest workers in the Mzansi entertainment industry. The exotic dancer travels across the country's provinces almost every day to perform at different events, but she makes sure she bonds with her son at the end of the day.

The busy media personality also has a thriving egg business. She spends some of her time delivering eggs to her clients but she makes sure that she takes some time off her busy schedule to bond with her son Vuyo as well.

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Zodwa Wabantu took to Instagram recently and posted a heart-melting video of herself and her son having a mother-son moment. In the clip, Zodwa asks her young boy to share the same bedroom with her. She asks her son to sleep next to her for the night. The young lad hilariously declines the offer. He responds to her:

"I have my own bedroom now. I'm used to sleeping alone now. I have good dreams when I'm alone."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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