- Mzansi celebrities have also been watching Zodwa Wabantu go in on Vusi Ngubane
- Although many have kept quiet, a few others couldn't help but chip in with their thoughts about the situation
- Lasizwe, Emtee and Ntsiki Mazwai are among a few of the celebrities who had something to say about the drama
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Zodwa Wabantu is not doing so well and has been sharing her frustrations on social media. The entertainer believes that her ex-boyfriend Vusi Ngubane scammed her and wants her money back.
After posting a series of explosive posts, Zodwa trended as social media users weighed in on her drama. Even some Mzansi celebrities couldn't help but chip in their two cents on the matter.
Zodwa shared an image of her ex-boo looking rather frail and stated that he had nothing and she fed him. Popular comedian Lasizwe used that as an opportunity to ask Zodwa to care for him just as much as she cared for Vusi.
“Can I also be fed, I don’t mind being straight for you Zodwa! I’m in your DMs check”
Zodwa seem amused by the comment and responded with laughing emojis.
Rapper Emtee also couldn't help but comment on the mess. Here is his reaction below:
Even Ntsiki Mazwai weighed in on the issue. She expressed compassion for Zodwa and said that she wished she could be her friend. Taking to Twitter, Mawai said:
"Sometimes I wish I was your friend. So I could hug you, listen to you and go buck wild alongside with you emapatini. I see you have been TOO hurt. I see me in you when you lash out. Sometimes I just wish we were friends... Even though you swear at me too. I love you Zodwa wethu"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Vusi Ngubane has taken to social media to deny that there's a warrant out for his arrest. Vusi, who is Zodwa Wabantu's ex-boyfriend, said he and his lawyer went to various Durban police stations to enquire about the matter.
Vusi said they could not find a station where a case had been opened against him. Vusi posted an article about the issue as well as an image of himself standing outside a police station.
"My legal representatives and myself reported to various police stations so I could turn myself in for the alleged fraud case. No police station confirmed that I am wanted for any fraud case." Vusi then implied that he is ready to sue Zodwa for bringing his name into disrepute.
"Harassment order interdict and defamation of character civil suit is underway."
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