- Vusi Ngubane is back on social media after a short absence amid his drama with ex-girlfriend Zodwa Wabantu
- Vusi shared a reflective picture and post about not thinking too hard and moving on
- Social media users were amused by the caption, others expressed how inspired they were by what Vusi allegedly did
Zodwa Wabantu's ex -toyboy Vusi Ngubane is back on social media amid the drama between the pair. Vusi, who went quiet for a while after Zodwa made allegations against him, is back on Instagram.
Of course, Mzansi social media users were waiting for him and shared their thoughts in his comments section.
The young man appears unbothered by his former lover's allegations and shared a picture of himself looking out the window with a caption about moving on.
Zodwa alleges Vusi scammed her and she has been demanding her money back. She claimed to have opened a case against him at the police station and even offered a reward of R20 000 to anyone who could find Vusi.
Vusi, in turn, denied there being a warrant out for his arrest and has threatened to sue the dancer.
His comment section was filled with curious and amused South Africans. Instagram user coach_lebo_the_light said:
"Now you're becoming a powerful influencer Boyboy, the caption is on another level."
"The boys bafanas."
"Vusi for president."
"Athini amaphoyisa? (What are the police saying?)"
"Mavusana the Vusiology."
Meanwhile, Zodwa Wabantu opened up in a candid interview she did recently. The Vosho Queen shared spicy details of her life, including her relationship with Gomora's Ntokozo Sishi, and even revealed a celebrity she hooked up with.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Zodwa Wabantu was recently interviewed by MacG, a podcast channel that is available on YouTube.
In the raw interview, Zodwa shared details of her life that left many with their jaws on the floor. The controversial media personality said that she is currently DMing Gomora actor Ntobeko Sishi. She insisted that she is not looking for anything serious with him and merely wants to have some fun.
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