- South African exotic dancer and businesswoman Zodwa Wabantu recently met one of her favourite people
- Zodwa hooked up with popular Amapiano vocalist ShaSha and took to social media to share the moment
- Mzansi social media users loved to see the two powerful women in the entertainment industry spending some time together
South African socialite and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu recently met a fellow queen. The celeb hooked up with Amapiano vocalist ShaSha and it was love at first sight.
Zodwa was so enamoured by the musician that she literally knelt down before her. Captioning the post, Zodwa said:
“I kneeled before her, aura of power.”
Mzansi social media also loved the link up and shared their thoughts in her comments section.
"You're so Lucky."
"Nchoo Zodwalibram I'm humbled by the level of respect that you give to other people...much love for you Skhokho."
Zodwa kneels after receiving payment from client
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is all about expressing gratitude and showing love to all those who support her. The businesswoman recently showed that money has not changed her by accepting payment from a client while on her knees.
The footage shared on her Instagram showed Zodwa kneeling down to accept payment from a man who had just purchased eggs from her. She thanked him for supporting her. The video was captioned:
“Be Grateful, A Grateful Heart, Ngiyabonga."
Social media users were impressed by her behaviour. Insta user yoyama8 said:
"I love you. You are very humble."
"Appreciation yakho shame." jaysen___oger said: "Real hustler, be blessed Zodwa."
In similar news, Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi personality and dancer Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to show appreciation to her son Vuyo Libram. Vuyo celebrated his birthday on Sunday, 7 February and his mom went all-out for him.
Vuyo's cake looked amazing and was inspired by the latest PS5 gaming console. The cake had a huge controller on top, making it look like a real-life console.
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