- Zodwa Wabantu recently took to social media to share a sweet moment she had with her son
- The media personality spoke to Vuyo about the hardships of life and how he needs to work hard
- Zodwa also shared that her son does not mind the type of lifestyle she leads in order to put food on the table
Zodwa Wabantu adores her son, Vuyo. She has made it public knowledge that all she does is for him. The young boy is currently in high school and in Grade 9, according to his mother.
Taking to social media recently, Zodwa took a video of herself in conversation with her son.
She told him that she loves him. Zodwa also took the time to caution him against following the wrong influences. The mother-of-one encouraged the 15-year-old to work hard, just as she has.
Addressing the questions about how he deals with her controversial lifestyle, Zodwa said that her son understands that she has to make a living. She said that he doesn't mind her line of work at all.
"3 years to Matric. My son I don’t have money. You will work for yours. Don't drink and don’t do drugs. Bazothini Abantu Syndrome? We don’t have problems nabantu thina. Stay at school and I will teach you skills of the streets too."
Social media users were impressed by how candid she was about the situation and applauded her for the close bond she shares with her child.
Instagram user zanele_hazel said:
"I am even loving you more Zodwa, I love the way you talked to your son."
"This woman, I love you Zodwa for being honest with your son."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa recently left her fans shook when she posted a video in front a gorgeous white Lamborghini at a car dealership. From the footage, it seemed that Zodwa had purchased the vehicle, although she did not confirm it.
Instead, the starlet danced in front of the car and could be heard gloating about how she was going to show it off.
Social media users had mixed reactions to the post, however many congratulated her under the assumption that she had purchased the stunning vehicle.
Instagram user gugz_zulu said:
"WELL-deserved Zodwa!!! Wow, it's your hard work and resilience FOR ME."
setso_blaqpearl said: "Doing it for yourself."
lerato_mogadima said: "Congratulations mamas!"
katlehomabesa said: "Hard work pays off."
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