Money maker: Zodwa Wabantu will auction viral picture for R150k

Money maker: Zodwa Wabantu will auction viral picture for R150k

- Zodwa Wabantu plans to auction a picture of herself for R150 000 or more

- The vosho queen believes that people will be willing to pay that amount because of the quality of the artwork

- According to Zodwa, proceeds of the sale will go to the artist behind the piece, Mzwakhe Mtetwa

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Zodwa Wabantu is set to auction a picture of herself and the bidding will start at R150 000. The image is of the entertainer dancing her signature move, ivosho.

Speaking to TshisaLive, Zodwa said that she will be auctioning the artwork on the GeeGo App. In the picture, Zodwa is wearing a cream white dress with flowers on it. Her underwear and earrings are lined with faux diamonds and the frame of the picture lights up. Zodwa believes she will get a lot of bidders for the iconic picture. She said to the publication:

“The price is to highlight the value of art. If you know you know."
Money maker: Zodwa Wabantu auctions viral picture for R150k

The picture shows Zodwa Wabantu doing her signature vosho dance move. Source: Instagram
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The dancer went on to explain that photography was not as easy as it looked and it took skills to capture perfect moments.

The money will go towards the artist of the piece, Mzwakhe Mtetwa.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu has made it clear that she is an independent queen who don't need no man. After a fan commented that they had a rich man for her, Zodwa responded by saying that she works for her own money. Zodwa Wabantu is all about women empowerment. Her brand has always been about women working hard and using whatever they have at their disposal to make some coin.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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