- Zodwa Wabantu's house in Malvern, Durban has been broken into
- The reality TV star and dancer revealed the sad news on social media
- In an emotional video, Zodwa said her valuable stuff was stolen during the burglary
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Zodwa Wabantu's house has been broken into and her "valuable stuff" has been stolen, the star has revealed.
She took to social media to share with her followers that her Malvern home, in Durban had been broken into while she and her family were away.
In an emotional video, Zodwa said the bedroom that was broken into had her valuable stuff, but she did not reveal exactly what was stolen.
She captioned the video:
"To whoever is going through something, here is Zodwa Wabantu showing you pain. We all have problems and we love them and whatever we go through. We start over with a clear mind and spirit. Take it from me and lift yourself up."
The reality TV star and dancer said in the video:
"Guys, I'm making this video to show that we all suffer, I won't act tough, I won't act like a starring. I'm not crying about the things they took. The bedroom they burgled has my most valuable stuff. Life goes on."
She said she is grateful that she was not in the house when it was broken into because "maybe they would have killed or raped me".
Zodwa also posted a picture of her home that was broken into.
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Mzansi's celebs have reacted to Zodwa's video.
Sbahle Mpisane commented:
"Askies sthandwa kuzolunga (you'll be alright)."
Nelisiwe Sibiya said:
"Nxese (sorry) sisi. Nkulunkulu (God) will bless you more."
Zanda Zakuza commented:
"Love you mama."
Lorna Maseko said:
"So sorry to hear that... Love and light..."
Zodwa's fans also sympathised with her.
"So sorry my love I feel your pain and you’re right kuzolunga (things will get better) just stay strong."
"Sorry sisi, as long as you are safe... Got mega love for you."
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