- Zodwa Wabantu has left Mzansi in disbief with the video she shared on her Instagram page recently
- The controversial dancer posted footage of her self getting a massage - completely naked
- The video left some social media users wondering why the massage parlour would allow her to completely strip down
Zodwa Wabantu recently took to Instagram to share a video of herself getting a massage from a popular establishment. What left many scratching their heads, however, was the fact that the socialite was stark naked.
Zodwa has never been one to shy away from displaying her body. The dancer has even gained her fame from parading while scantily clad. However, Mzansi did not see her recent video coming. The media personality is seen getting a massage from a well-known beauty spa franchise.
A few social media users were concerned about why that particular franchise store would allow such.
You can see the video here.
Instagram user phumzile_honey88 said:
"This lady is supposed to wear a face mask."
"That massager [sic] will need therapy for the remaining part of her natural life. Somem things are not meant to be seen."
"So Sorbet now massages like this?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu recently thrilled fans by celebrating life in the best way she knows how - getting down to the rhythm of the music.
The exotic dancer and entrepreneur danced to Chris Brown's Beautiful in what can be called one of the skimpiest outfits ever. The spicy black and gold costume barely covered the essentials and left very little to the imagination.
In other Zodwa news, the dancer is really pampering herself up lately. If the socialite is not getting touched up by her cosmetic surgeon, then she’s at the hairdresser, making sure her crown looks regal.
The dancer recently snapped a picture rocking a new hairstyle and sis looks amazing. She has been experimenting a lot with braids in recent days and they absolutely suit her. Maybe its her new man that's inspired her to glam it up.
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