Zodwa Wabantu is prepared: She already chose her own R150k coffin

Zodwa Wabantu is prepared: She already chose her own R150k coffin

Zodwa Wabantu is often making headlines for her controversial behaviour. This time she did what many people consider a big taboo - she bought her own coffin. Taking to social media, Zodwa said she wants to be ready for when she needs to be buried.

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Zodwa Wabantu doesn't care what people say or think about her, she does her thing without considering other people's judgement.

She recently shared on social media that she had invested in her own coffin, saying that she doesn't want her family to worry about her after she died.

Are you ready or your Family is still gonna Run around? I don't want Zodwa Wabantu was Famous now there's no Money to Bury her

Zodwa shared snaps and a video of her picking out the coffin she liked and settled on a golden one worth R150 0000.

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In general, it is considered taboo and bad luck to pick out your own coffin, and Zodwa actually got insider hers, which is really frowned upon.

It doesn't look like she really cared though.

Briefly.co.za learned that fans of the dancer and entertainer weren't all impressed with her behaviour:

frosh_nigga - You must be mad... Nonsense
henny_jive_official - TF?? 're you close to dying or who does that?
andile_zungu_xaba2 - Ive seen it all but this 1 idlulele.
moosa_mrs - It's a taboo to buy a coffin or fit yourself in 1 zodwa

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However, some of Zodwa's fans were inspired by her rebellious decision to go against what is considered taboo and will follow in her footsteps.

kasongooneill - You are focused and determined.. I will do the same too
singelle @zodwalibram if people buy burial stands, why not the coffin of your dreams? Black people have evolved. It’s easier to talk about death now than in our parents’ time.

What can we say? This is Zodwa and she does her thing, regardless of what people say or think.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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