- Zodwa Wabantu has taken to Instagram to ask ministers to lift the lockdown that has been implented to stop the spread of Covid-19
- The exotic dancer has not been able to book any gigs ever since the president implemented the lockdown
- In the footage shared online, the starlet said that she was more than ready to shake her booty again
Zodwa Wabantu has called for lockdown to be lifted because she's ready to shake her booty again. The exotic dancer took to social media to share a video of herself dancing and calling on the government to lift the restrictions.
In the footage, the Durban-based Afrotainment performer said that she was in Joburg. She was standing next to her tour bus and dancing on the streets.
She called for the lockdown to be lifted because she was ready to shake her booty again.
The video can be seen here.
Inter-provincial travel is only allowed for those who are travelling for essential purposes such a funeral or critical services.
It is not clear why Zodwa was in JHB, but she has been known to flout lockdown restrictions on many occasions. In the said video, the entertainer is standing outside and not wearing a face mask.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
In other news, AKA has called for the liquor ban to be lifted. This comes after it was reported that 1 400 staff from Pick n Pay took severance packages.
The rapper says that the ban will cause a domino affect, starting with store employees. AKA has been critical of the government's response to Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown regulations. He has been particularly vocal about the alcohol ban.
The controversial rapper took to Instagram to share a screenshot of an article reporting on the 1 400 workers. According to AKA, the job losses are a domino effect due to the ban and worst is yet to come.
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