- Media personality Zodwa Wabantu doesn't seem like the type of hun to back out of a challenge, but she surprisingly did
- The socialite was touring Mpumalanga recently and decided to have a go at The Big Swing, a real thrill for adrenalin junkies
- The Big Swing is a tourist attraction that involves jumping off a cliff that is about 18 storeys high
Zodwa Wabantu seems like the type of lady who loves a challenge. So it was strange to see her chickening out of a challenge recently.
The media personality recently took to Instagram to share that she had been touring Mpumalanga. She visited the Big Swing in Graskop with plans to jump off the ledge. However, she revealed to fans that she chickened out.
The Big Swing is South Africa’s highest cable gorge swing. The drop is basically like jumping off an 18-storey building, so we can’t blame MaZet for thinking twice.
Her fans, however, were left disappointed. Instagram user bubiewitness said:
"I wish I could do this just once in my lifetime."
"I can't wait to face my fears too."
"Haha, I think I need time out too."
"Mpumalanga, my home."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is keen to expand her chicken and egg business across the country. The businesswoman recently landed in Durban and used the chance to sell some eggs.
Taking to Instagram, Zodwa shared several posts of herself selling eggs to excited clients. It seems many are keen to buy products associated with the socialite.
Zodwa captioned the post:
"Never leave your business behind - Zodwa Wabantu Eggs."
Instagram users were proud of her bold business steps and let her know in the comment section of her posts. Insta user petronellavankyk said:
"Zodwa love and respect for what you do... But please, corona is real. Wear your mask and no hand greetings. Lead by example. We have lost enough already."
"Up the buck."
"Congrats sisi, I'm also selling chicken."
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 fowl.
Since Ramaphosa basically shut down the entertainment industry, Zodwa said that she would be turning to poultry livestock to make a living.
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