Zodwa Wabantu Reveals Why She Loves Being Naked
Reality TV sensation and exotic dancer, Zodwa Wabantu, has gained fame for boldly flaunting her God-given assets, even in the face of persistent criticism.
Controversy Across Borders
Despite being barred from entering Zimbabwe and, more recently, Lesotho because her wardrobe and stage act went against the country’s beliefs, her unconventional style finds acceptance among fans in South Africa.
In South Africa, her unique fashion choices have found a supportive audience and recently fans applauded her latest daring Instagram post, where she posed provocatively alongside her stylist, Sicelo Shabba Khanyile. Zodwa Wabantu captioned the picture by expressing her mystery about why she loves being naked, attributing it to something ingrained in her blood.
“I don’t know why I do it😂 To be Naked🔥 It’s in my Blood 🩸 OWabantu,” she captioned the picture.
Fans React As Zodwa Wabantu Reveals Why She Likes Being Naked
Fans took to the comments to share reasons why they think the controversial dancer should continue showing off her “amazing” body. Below are some of the comments:
It’s a sin not to show off what gave you. You have an amazing body 🔥🔥🔥.
It’s freedom! 🙌.
You’re a natural skhokho. We were all created naked.✔️.
I have never seen a naked sangoma in my life 😂😂.
I will tell you why….it’s because you have an audience and therein is the value… however… nothing lasts forever, cash in and invest… for a time will come, the audience will seek entertainment elsewhere.
In the Ring for a Cause
In other news, the socialite recently engaged in a celebrity boxing match against actress Manaka Ranaka, resulting in a draw after three rounds. The event aimed to celebrate women in boxing.
During an online interview, Wabantu explained her participation saying that she would not do it again.
“I agreed to do it because there are women who really love it, who support their families through boxing, and it’s a sport that needs more attention [from us] as black people. I wouldn’t do it again but I support those women, it was all just for awareness,” she said.