Zodwa Wabantu Gets Injured?

She shared a disturbing video

By  | Apr 28, 2021, 02:22 PM  | Zodwa Wabantu  | Drama

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Zodwa Wabantu is arguably one of Mzansi's most loved and celebrated entertainers. The sultry dancer rose to fame with her sexy dance moves and for performing for the masses pantless. Ever since she came famous, Zodwa has become a household name with a legion of fans who adore her so much.

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Her fans are constantly seen showering her with love on social media and during their sweetest exchanges whenever she performs, but her latest video has raised eyebrows as the crowd could be seen doing some inappropriate things to her.

The dancer who never ceases to amaze her fans, took to her Instagram page this afternoon to post a rather disturbing video from a recent event she attended. Zodwa's fans can be seen going crazy over being in the same space with her and they lift her up amid great excitement.

What left some of her followers cringing was a fan who can be seen touching her private area. This is not the first time Zodwa was seen crowd surfing. Although she is loved for being authentic and always wanting to interact with the crowd, some felt she needed to be respected. The entertainer well noted that one day her crowd-surfing experiences will end in tears as she might get injured.

Zodwa recently got tongues wagging wildly after she shared a promotional clip of a recent episode from her reality show Zodwa Uncensored, where is she accidentally dropping ARVs pills from her purse, and people around her were left shooketh.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE , Zodwa addressed the stigma around HIV/AIDS and said whether she is living with the virus or not it does not concern anyone.

“Whether I have HIV or not, is not for anybody but the person I'm f***ing to know, however, I want the conversation about taking ARVs to start because it can save lives."

“People are dying when there's medication that can save them. People are dying because they are scared of stigma attached to taking amaJacksons, and that's a shame because these people could choose life. There is nothing sadder than people dying because they are scared of how others will react or what others will say if they see their pills,"
she said.

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