- Zodwa Wabantu can't seem to get enough of her ex-boyfriends as she has made contact with another one
- The exotic dancer penned an open letter to Ntobeko and asked him to make an appearance on the new season of her reality show
- Her latest stunt was met with major side-eye from Mzansi social media users
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Zodwa Wabantu has written an open letter to her ex-toyboy, Ntobeko. The entertainer dated Ntobeko before she moved on to Vusi Ngubane. She had even paid lobola for Ntobeko and was ready to marry him before things came crashing down.
She has now taken to social media to share a letter she wrote to him. The media personality is preparing to start filming a new season of her reality TV show and wants Ntobeko to be a part of it.
Dear Ntobeko, I'm a businesswoman, can we give people what they want. There are so many questions they want you to answer from Season 1. We are both in different relationships but iJob iJob. #NtobekoOnZodwaWabantuShow"
Social media users were not too impressed by her antics. Twitter user MaudeKunene said:
"I think she wants to create yet another publicity stunt and be paid for it."
"You will never dump Zodwa and get away with it... Woza la Ntobeko."
"Being sugar mommy, it's form of business? My aunt wants to know."
"What is it that people want?"
"It will end in tears."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is spitting fire and her anger is directed at ex-Ben 10 Vusi Ngubane. The exotic dancer is accusing her former lover of scamming her of her hard-earned money and using it to spoil his gorgeous new bae.
Social media was set ablaze on Tuesday morning after a video of a fuming Zodwa was shared online.
Zodwa alleges that 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 claims that Vusi approached the dealership, using her name, and managed to get a car at a discounted rate.
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