- Zodwa Wabantu has blamed Covid-19 for forcing her to sell her apartment in Durban
- The media personality took to social media to share that she had to sell the property due to financial constraints
- Mzansi social media users sent messages of encouragement to the Durban-based performer
Zodwa Wabantu has taken to social media to share that she too is experiencing the harsh times brought about by the Covid-19 lockdown.
With the banning of gigs, Zodwa is without income and has been forced to sell off one of her properties.
Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to share that finances are tight. The entertainer has been forced to sell off one of her apartments in South Beach, Durban. She blamed Covid-19 for putting a strain on her pocket.
Social media users showed their support to her. Instagram user Moriskie said:
"We will come back stronger wena wabantu"
"Eish, sorry queen Zodwa. #Covid-19 I hate you."
"We will rise again!"
Zodwa Wabantu is not the only one facing financial woes. Briefly.co.za previously reported that rapper Cassper Nyovest is not immune to the economic destruction brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
After a fan asked him to buy another luxury car, the Gusheshe hitmaker quickly told him that he's barely able to keep the cars he already has. Cassper went on to say that he was working hard to keep the assets he currently has but has made peace with the fact that something will have to go.
In similar news, DJ Zinhle has joined the growing list of celebrities who are opening up about financial woes. The muso took to social media to slam companies who want her to do gigs for free.
The Umlilo hitmaker revealed that she has not had an income for three months due to the pandemic. DJ Zinhle took to social media to slam certain companies who asked her to perform for free during the lockdown.
She said that not only was that a risk to her health, but she has also not received an income since the lockdown started over three months ago.
The DJ said:
"How am I gonna risk my life going out to record a stream for free when I haven't had an income for three months?"
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