Zodwa Wabantu opens up about not planning to take surgery too far

Zodwa Wabantu opens up about not planning to take surgery too far

- Zodwa Wabantu has been undergoing many procedures in an attempt to keep her body smooth and good-looking

- There have been rumours that the entertainer plans to go as far as changing her skin colour

- She dismissed that kind of talk and says she won't take things too far

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Zodwa Wabantu has been on a journey to making her body look as fine as she can, and she's been openly sharing that journey with her fans and social media followers.

In various video posts, Zodwa has let Mzansi get a look at the procedures she's been undergoing.

From injections that will get rid of fat to vaginal-tightening - she's been sharing it all.

This has caused some worry that Zodwa might get addicted to these kinds of procedures or even want to change her complexion, but she's not about to get carried away.

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TimesLIVE reported that during an interview, Zodwa said she's just working on her body to make sure she looks good on stage.

"I don't think it is a huge procedure that I got done. Like in the past, I am not all about beauty, I don't put on weaves or make-up, so I am not changing anything about myself. I'm just showing everyone that if I have cellulite or stretch marks, I will fix it."

Zodwa joked that what she's done is the same as taking a car for service.

"I am not fixing my hairline or anything major. I am just firming up. Just like one would take their company car for service, I have to take my legs and my a** in for a service, so that they are in shape."

Apparently, she's also thinking about taking out insurance on her legs, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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Recently, Zodwa admitted to not always appreciating her body as she does now on Enhle Mbali's podcast talk show, Sincerely Yours.

Mzansi’s Vosho Queen experienced a lot of financial hardship that moulded her into the strong and independent woman that she is today.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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