- Media personality and entertainer Zodwa Wabantu recently took to social media to share her new hustle
- The exotic dancer revealed that she would be selling live chickens and eggs
- Some Mzansi social media users were amused by her new business venture
Zodwa Wabantu is not letting the lockdown shut down her income stream. After President Ramaphosa closed down all gatherings and gigs, Zodwa Wabantu has resorted to selling chickens and eggs for some extra moola.
Taking to Instagram, the media personality shared that she was taking orders and would be selling from her tour bus.
Although it was not clear whether she was joking or not, Mzansi social media users seemed amused and weighed in with their thoughts. Insta user qwestakufet_kufet said:
"Skhokho sami when you're in jhb just hala me I will take 5 plus I want to talk nabaphantsi."
"Please come to Mtata, I will also assist you to sell."
"Love your hustle."
"Come to Rustenburg."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu shared a sweet moment with her son recently. The exotic dancer often keeps him away from the public eye but it seems this time, she wanted him to get all the attention.
She shared a video of the 15-year-old Vuyo Libram washing dishes in their new house. In the caption, she explained how much the boy meant to her and wished him a merry Christmas.
She then went on to explain that she wasn’t able to spend the festive season with him as she would be working.
The post read:
“Letter to my only son. Merry Christmas. I won’t be around like most mothers but we had breakfast now. I’m leaving for 6 days of work. I love you, 15 years of my sweet Vuyo Libram."
Social media users loved the sweet and close relationship that the pair seem to share. Many also noticed that young Vuyo was an exact copy of his mother. Insta user dzachera said
"He's your photocopy."
"Merry Christmas to my handsome son."
"He is so adorable."
"Love to see it, you’re a great mom."
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