- Media personality Zodwa Wabantu has got her hustle on with her cicken and eggs business
- The exotic dancer has turned into a poultry farmer and businesswoman after launching her new business
- Fellow industry peer Ntando Duma showed support by purchasing some eggs from the starlet recently
Zodwa Wabantu has ventured into poultry farming and has been receiving tons of support.
The media personality recently shared that actress Ntando Duma stopped by to purchase some eggs from her.
According to Zodwa, Duma bought four trays of her eggs. She posted a picture detailing the purchase in the caption on her Instagram.
"So much Support from my Friend @dumantando.She Bought 4 Trays of Zodwa Wabantu Eggs. Ngiyabonga kakhulu @dumantando I love you"
Social media users were impressed. Insta user alicia_5720 said:
"U look perfect my cc"
"Nibahle kanjani, especially when you support each other, this content is all that I need"
"I also need some eggs next week here PTA"
"That's beautiful my friend"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu was serious when she shared her aspirations to sell chickens and eggs. The media personality took to social media to share a video of herself with her chickens.
Since Ramaphosa basically shut down the entertainment industry, Zodwa said that she would be turning to chickens to make a living.
In the footage she shared, Zodwa could be seen picking up a live chicken while talking about her new endeavor.
Her fans promised to support her new hustle.
Kelly Khumalo recently paid a visit to Zodwa to support her and buy her chickens.
In a video shared on social media, Zodwa and Kelly were seen laughing and chatting while the singer purchased two chickens.
Kelly wanted to buy one male and one female but poor Zodwa couldn’t distinguish the difference between the two genders.
Social media users praised the ladies for the genuine friendship and for supporting one another. Fellow industry peer Nomcebo Zikode commented on the video and said:
“Wow, this is so beautiful, seeing women supporting each other.”
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