Zodwa Wabantu goes for 'private' body treatment and films it

Zodwa Wabantu goes for 'private' body treatment and films it

- Zodwa Wabantu has undergone yet another body treatment since her 'vampire facial'

- This time she underwent vaginal rejuvenation (or vaginal tightening) treatment

- Her fans were somewhat shocked when she posted a short video clip of her during the procedure

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Controversial dancer, Zodwa Wabantu, has once again got tongues wagging on social media after she shared a video of her undergoing yet another body treatment - this time it was a vaginal rejuvenation (or vaginal tightening) treatment.

Zodwa’s latest procedure is in line with her newfound “obsession” with staying young and fresh. Zodwa shared a video on Instagram where her aesthetics doctor, Mahendra Premchand, performed the procedure.

According to TshisaLive, he is the same doctor who accompanied her to the recent Vodacom Durban July, where the reality TV show host flaunted her rejuvenated breasts, which she had 'lifted' non-surgically.

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My breasts were sagging, I went the non-surgical route because I didn’t want to go under the knife,” she said.

In the video, Zodwa explained that she was tightening her vagina because she wanted it returned to it’s pre-birth state.

“You know, doc, as women, after giving birth we often feel that something went down there is no longer the same or tight. I’m not talking for all women, but we’ve seen questions from women who are like, ‘my vagina is no longer tight after birth or I was born like that’,” said Zodwa.

Zodwa has visited the doctor for a range of skin and body treatments over the last two months, way more than any average person.

Zodwa previously told TshisaLive that she loved experimenting with different kinds of treatments. Her explanation followed her modified 'vampire facial', which involved drawing blood from your arm, separating the platelets and then injecting or massaging them back into the skin.

“My fans never have to worry about me getting plastic surgery on my face. There’s nothing to fix on my face. The procedure I posted was about my skin. I want to get rid of blemishes and dark spots, and to prevent wrinkles and such. I want to look fresh,” said Zodwa.

But her post received a lot of mixed reactions, some worse than others. Here are just a few comments:

masakhe_sakhe: " @ zodwalibram is tightening the Ngquza. Fundani nani GIRLS, nxn nisnika izinene eziNekeNeke apha"
zollamhlongo: "Lol what was stretching it Velez"
lexie_mk: " I just love you babe"
oyamamfana02: "U are the true Zodwa Wabantu❤️......bendingazi kodwa ngoba wena ungowethu now I Know✊"
faithguvava8: " You are something else"
legetii: "Lol this is life hey.. so many possibilities.. when can someone just turn water into wine vele? "

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Meanwhile, three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that South African entertainer and media personality, Zodwa Wabantu, known as SA’s ‘Vosho Queen’, has come forward on her television show, Zodwa Uncensored, to apologise for the recently-made homophobic comments she made in a previous episode.

Among the things Zodwa said was the remark that at the end of the day, gay men can wear as much make-up as they want, they still don't have lady parts, Briefly.co.za reported. She also said: "We accommodate you guys because you wear make-up and when we (women) talk about men, you always there echoing the stories."

Zodwa has since apologised via her show, Sunday World reported, telling viewers: “I’m sorry guys. No one has the right to abuse others. I walk around naked, I don’t expect to be abused or raped. So I appeal to people out there not to abuse or rape LGBTI people.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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