Zodwa Wabuntu is anything but ordinary and does things her own way. She's considering not taking her future husband's last name, though it's not set in stone yet. Zodwa might consider hyphenating her surnames.
Zodwa Wabantu isn't fond of doing things the conventional way and that's what her fans adore about her. The same applies to her upcoming wedding - she won't be taking her future hubby's last name.
She might consider having a double-barrelled surname by taking Ntobeko's as well as her own, as reported on by TimesLIVE as well. She's not too bothered about that kind of thing though.
"We haven't actually spoken about this matter properly, so it may change as we sort out our life before the wedding.
"Yes, he will take my surname if he wants and I will take his or add his but it actually doesn't really matter because all that matters is that we are getting married. People just need to accept that we won't follow rules, we are doing this our own way."
We know Zodwa doesn't care what people think and enjoys living her life the way she sees fit. That's why she doesn't mind paying lobola for her man - a very unconventional move.
The entertainer is full of surprises, like when she got down on one knee at Eyadini Lounge in Umlazi and proposed to her 'Ben 10'.
She even purchased the rings for both of them at her cost. She is going against African tradition and seemingly having a blast doing so.
While it looks like things are working out perfectly for Mzansi's 'Vosho Queen', she has had to address rumours about fighting with her mother-in-law.
Briefly.co.za reported that she had to let her fans know that there wasn’t any trouble in paradise or with her future in-laws.
The dancer’s relationship with Ntobeko has been criticised a lot due to the large age difference between them. There were also rumours that Ntobeko’s family was against Zodwa being part of their family.
The trio - Zodwa, her fiancé Ntobeko and his mom - took to Instagram to end all speculation once and for all.
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