Zodwa brushes off traditional warnings against her unorthodox marriage

Zodwa brushes off traditional warnings against her unorthodox marriage

- Zodwa was the one who proposed to Linda and the two have decided that Linda will take Zodwa's name

- A traditional professor has warned against this as it is against traditional norms, which means there will be consequences

- However, Zodwa is not worried, she doesn't believe in all the traditional stuff anyway

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Oh please, like a little science would scare Zodwa Wabantu. A professor has come forward and stated that Zodwa and Linda’s engagement stunt might result in a lifetime of marital issues.

Zodwa and Linda have defied odds since day one. From being labelled as her Ben10 to being mistaken for her son, Linda has handled it all pretty well.

Briefly.co.za previously reported on the fact that Zodwa had proposed to Linda. The controversy of a woman proposing to a man was enough, Zodwa didn’t need a professor to tell her that it was out of the ordinary.

Being the strong and independent woman that she is, Zodwa also requested that Linda take her surname.

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Jabulani Maphalala, a cultural expert, feels that Zodwa and Linda are going against tradition and that it is going to backfire, according to the Daily Sun.

Speaking to the publication, Maphalala stated that this is the first time he has ever heard of anything like this. He has warned the couple against it; however, it is their choice at the end of the day.

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Zodwa, on the other hand, is not at all fazed. The Vosho Queen does not believe in the whole ancestor story, but respects those who do.

To Zodwa, if a person is dead, they are dead, end of story!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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