- Zodwa Wabantu has taken to her Instagram to let her naysayers know that she will not cover up for anyone
- Zodwa described herself as a hustler and a business-minded woman but revealed that she's not ready to cover up just yet
- Zodwa, who is an exotic dancer, makes most of her money with her almost-nude performances
Zodwa Wabantu has taken to social media to let her haters know that she will not cover up any time soon. The star, who has made a name for herself for being an exotic dancer, recently took to Instagram to share that as mush as she's a lady and a business-minded woman she doesn't cover up.
Mzansi can expect more of Zodwa's almost-nude performances, especially this coming festive season. Since Mzansi recently moved to the more relaxed levels of the Covid-19 lockdown, Zodwa has shared videos of herself performing at some gigs she has been booked for. In most of the vids, she dances exotically in her revealing clothes. The confident performer said:
"Real and fake know the difference. Ugly and beautiful in one. Hustler/B*tch, a lady and business-minded woman in one. Know the difference. Zodwa Wabantu: I don’t cover up."
Zodwa Wabantu's fans love her for that and she's not about to let her naysayers tell her how to dress when she's doing her thing on stage. Check out some of the comments from Zodwa's fans below:
"You look beautiful."
"She's just unique."
"You look hot hot."
"You look stunning Zodwa wethu."
"I like this one."
"You're beautiful maan."
In other similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to post a video celebrating the country’s entry to Level 1 of the national lockdown. The exotic dancer stripped down to her underwear and called on promoters to book her as her butt was ready to work.
Taking to Instagram, Zodwa shared footage of herself jumping up and down dressed in a small thong piece and celebrating. The footage was captioned:
"I’m Ready Level 1 Promoters, Owners Businessman & Businesswomen."
The media personality makes a large bulk of her income by dressing in revealing clothes and dancing at events. Since the national lockdown started in March, many in her line of work have suffered due to the ban on gatherings.
Since Uncle Cyril announced the easing of the strict regulations, Zodwa Wabantu and many other celebrities have celebrated the opportunity to work once again.
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