- Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to announce that she is launching a premium cider
- The exotic dancer adds the booze to the collection of products she has launched under her name, including perfume and lipstick
- Mzansi social media users congratulated Wabantu although some were a little sceptical about drinking the product
Zodwa Wabantu is all about getting the bag. The socialite announced that she would be launching her own premium cider. She made the announcement on her Instagram page.
Zodwa already has her own brands of perfume, lipstick, petroleum jelly and is now adding booze to the mix. Telling her fans more about the latest venture, she said:
"Get Paid for Being an Artist After Invest in Your Name,Then you will Know You are not a Big Deal Artist/Uyohlezi Umemeza,uthi As An Artist Counting Yourselves Businesswoman/Growth Empire While you Fighting for Artist of the Year Zodwa Wabantu Perfumes/Zodwa Wabantu Lipstick Zodwa Wabantu Petroleum/Zodwa Wabantu Ciders Zodwa Wabantu Uncensored Season 1&2 All under my NameMore Artists are Coming Make Space they need to be Signed by the Owner not You"
Her fans were excited by the news and congratulated her. Insta user slenda_dadancingdj said:
"Congratulations my love."
"I have a feeling this one is gonna get you soooooo drunk to the point of undressing like Zodwa herself."
"Wow! This is amazing Skhokho."
"Can’t wait to drink this hey..."
"I hope it not another version of Savannah..."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu 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. The good sis had braids twirled around her head and it looked like a real crown.
Maybe it’s her new man that’s inspired her to glam it up. Social media users also agreed that she looked great.
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