- Zodwa Wabantu recently released a video showing a male fan who did not want to touch her
- The exotic dancer was seen performing in front of the man and encouraging him to participate, but he did not move
- Zodwa Wabantu has previously come under fire for flouting Covid-19 restrictions at her performances
Zodwa Wabantu is known for her provocative dancing and how she lets her audience touch her body while on stage.
A video she recently shared on social media showed a man going against the norm and refusing to touch her.
The man was attending one of her shows and seemed fascinated by the dancer and her moves. Noticing his interest, Zodwa went to dance in front of him and even encouraged him to touch.
The man, however, continued to stare but made no move to touch her - keeping his hands firmly in his pockets.
It seems he was content with just looking and not touching. Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu responded to the backlash she recently received for letting her fans touch her and kiss her amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Ever since the country moved to the less-strict Level 1 lockdown, Zodwa has been performing across Mzansi and peeps have noticed that she doesn't practice social distancing during her performances.
The exotic dancer, who dances half naked, has even gone as far as letting her fans kiss her on the mouth and touch her all over her body. She has been slammed a couple of times on social media for not adhering to the lockdown regulations.
Zodwa took to Instagram recently to respond to her critics. The media personality shared a video explaining that she doesn't have a problem with being touched by her fans when she's dancing. She captioned the video: "I love you my people."
In similar news, Zodwa Wabantu is all about securing the bag. The exotic dancer has decided to move to Johannesburg in pursuit of the paper. She recently took to social media to reveal that she's moving to the City of Gold "for good".
The media personality, who was born in Soweto, shared that she's leaving Durban, where she made a name for herself.
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