- Zodwa Wabantu is always doing the most for the 'gram and, sometimes, her shenanigans get her in trouble with fans
- Zodwa got on the wrong side of some peeps when she posted herself drinking beers in public with a friend
- Fans wondered where she got the alcohol since there is currently a ban on alcohol sales
Zodwa Wabantu isn't one to let a chance for a good time pass her by. However, the entrepreneur and exotic dancer might have gone too far this time.
Zodwa posted video of herself dancing in a public street with a cider in hand. Her friend joined her and was also drinking. They put on quite a display and appeared to be having the time of their lives.
Zodwa showed off her fancy footwork in sneakers, a crop top and tights. The pair did make sure to keep their masks on. But, the alcohol in their hands still got on some fans' last nerve. Remember, last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa said alcohol sales were completely banned.
Peeps definitely didn't appreciate Zodwa making a mockery of the alcohol ban and throwing it in their faces. Check out a few comments below:
"Zo, alcohol during lockdown?"
"The last time I check utshwala buvaliwe nje (alchohol sales are banned)"
"Kanti wena uthwala ubuthathaphi thina sibufuna (But where did you get it when we also want some)? Hayi, gal, siphe nathi (No, girl, give us some too)."
Zodwa has previously been slammed for hitting on Gomora actor, 21-year-old Ntobeko Sishi. The star let the criticism roll off like water on a duck's back. Zodwa isn't going to stop dating younger men any time soon.
In other news, Briefly.co.za Sjava left social media users in complete disbelief after he shared two throwback photos. He claimed they were from when he was younger.
Many are still reeling from seeing a fresh-faced and beardless Sjava. Sjava posted the two photos on Twitter and Instagram and they immediately trended.
The musician did not seem to realise the fuss he had caused with the post. In the Insta post, he claimed the pictures were from 2008.
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