Zodwa on booze: "Alcohol is killing black people. It can ruin young people's dreams"

Zodwa on booze: "Alcohol is killing black people. It can ruin young people's dreams"

Zodwa Wabantu plans to open her own business on the vacant land she purchased, and although she is still considering what type of business she would run, the controversial dancer said she would never sell black people alcohol.

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That means any business that sells booze is off the table. The reason why Wabantu refuses to start a business which sells alcohol is because she strongly believes the substance is killing black people and destroying their lives.

"I won't build a tavern. No, look at me. I am drinking and I don't want to kill black people. Alcohol is killing black people. It can ruin young people's dreams. It can kill them," TshisaLIVE reported Wabantu said.

As Briefly.co.za reported previously, the controversial dancer purchased herself a second piece of land in Mpumalanga.

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Wabantu reportedly wants to use the land to build a business there because she does not want her home to be near the place she makes money.

According to the dancer herself, she knows what it feels like to be poor, so she is making all these investments in land and her own business to ensure she does not suffer in poverty once she retires and grows old.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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