- Afrotainment exotic dancer Zodwa Wabantu has welcomed Level 2 lockdown with open arms
- The entertainer is already jet-setting if her Instagram account is anything to go by
- She recently posted a picture of herself sitting in a plane and added her booking fee in the caption
Nobody is happier to go to lockdown Level 2 than entertainer Zodwa Wabantu. The Afrotainment performer has been complaining about not getting any gigs while the country was on a stricter lockdown level.
Since the restrictions have eased somewhat, public gatherings of a limited number are now allowed and Zodwa is capitalising on that.
Taking to social media, the Vosho Queen posted a picture in a plane and captioned it with her new booking fee.
So how much would one expect to pay to watch a semi-naked Zodwa dancing around? The answer is a whooping R25 000.
Social media users did not seem too shocked by the amount. Instead, they wished Zodwa well in her business. Instagram user duvets_home said:
"Keep shining Zodwa wami."
"Zodwa you make me crazy."
"Love you babe!"
"Be good sisi and stay safe."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is determined to forge fearlessly and flawlessly ahead despite the recent drama with her ex-boyfriend, Vusi Ngubane.
Zodwa accused Vusi of fraud last week and the case is allegedly ongoing. Zodwa put all the drama aside long enough to treat herself to a new hairstyle. The exotic dancer and entrepreneur is now rocking two long braids with gold detail.
"Planned week from tomorrow. TV all the way. New hairstyle."
Impressed fans rushed to Zodwa's mentions to tell her they dig the style.
Check out a few of their comments below:
"Love this look, Zo."
"Heh! You look incredible."
In other news, Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to encourage his fans to be courageous as Mzansi moves to Level 2 lockdown.
The musician and businessman told his fans to dust themselves up and start over. Many people have used social media to vent their financial frustrations amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thousands of peeps also lost their jobs during this time as some businesses, big and small, had to halt or shut down their operations.
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