- Zodwa Wabantu has spoken out about her love for younger men in a candid podcast interview
- The exotic dancer does not believe the younger men are using her when they choose to date her
- She also said that she is aware of all the criticism about her appearance but insists it does not bother her
Zodwa Wabantu has opened up about why she prefers younger men and why she feels that they are not using her.
The entertainer is known to date men who are years younger than she is. She denied being a predator and insisted that she loved her baes.
Speaking on a podcast chat with MacG, Zodwa insisted that she loved each and every one of her younger boyfriends.
When asked if the men are not using her to make a name for themselves, Zodwa said that they were not.
The dancer said both parties understood the relationship they were going into. She knows that her role is to spoil the younger lover with gifts and all she wants in return is love.
She added that things usually go south when the Ben 10 starts getting an ego and "thinks that they're Chris Brown".
Zodwa said that her partner's must never forget their place and that she will always be bigger than they are.
She also discussed the hate and criticism she gets about her looks and behaviour. The confident performer said that she has heard the comments about looking like a granny but it doesn't affect her.
The Durbanite said that she knows how special she is and she can still get any man in a room.
Meanwhile, Zodwa's former Ben 10, Vusi Ngubane, has taken to social media to deny that there's a warrant out for his arrest. Vusi said he and his lawyer went to various Durban police stations to enquire about the matter.
The 23-year-old 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.
Vusi said they could not find a station where a case had been opened against him. Vusi himself posted an article about the issue as well as an image of himself standing outside a cop shop.
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