Pearl Thusi takes Zodwa Wabantu's side in her fight against Vusi

Pearl Thusi takes Zodwa Wabantu's side in her fight against Vusi

- Pearl Thusi seems to sympathise with Zodwa Wabantu amid the drama between the dancer and her ex

- Zodwa Wabantu is accusing her ex-boyfriend of scamming her and using her to better himself

- Pearl Thusi retweeted a video of a crying Zodwa and said that she could relate to her plight

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Pearl Thusi is the latest celebrity to weigh in on the Zodwa Wabantu and Vusi drama. The actress seems to have taken Zodwa's side and is feeling bad for the dancer.

Taking to social media, Pearl Thusi commented on a video of Zodwa Wabantu crying about her drama with Vusi.

Pearl retweeted the video and expressed her sympathy.

Pearl Thusi takes Zodwa Wabantu's side in her fight against Vusi

Pearl Thusi said that she can relate to Zodwa Wabantu's struggle. Image: @pearlthusi/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Of course fans wanted to know if Pearl was reflecting on a similar experience she has had. had previously reported that Zodwa alleged Vusi scammed her and used her name to purchase an Audi recently.

According to Zodwa, Audi had sponsored her for the Durban July but she ended up not taking the vehicle. She further claimed that Vusi approached the dealership, using her name, and managed to get a car at a discounted rate.

Social media users were amused by Pearl's tweet. Twitter user robzinterris said:

"Haibo... Nawe futhi Pearl, yini, there's someone you wanna report?"

savage_RSA said:

"I need to heal from that."

IAmDonGaZillion said:

"Never thought that umjolo will ever show me these flames."

KgMadlala said:

"She must stop dating small boys (Ben10) or else."

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Vusi Ngubane had taken to social media to deny that there was 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.

The 23-year-old posted an article about the issue as well as an image of himself standing outside a police station.

He wrote:

"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."

He continued:

"Harassment order interdict and defamation of character civil suit is underway."

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