Zodwa Wabantu is trending on social media after a throwback photo of her surfaced. The picture shows a much slimmer Zodwa Wabantu, with a weave, dancing with a bottle of booze. Mzansi social media users hardly recognized the exotic dancer and many commended her new riches for making her look as good as she does now.
A picture has been trending on social media and it’s apparently of Zodwa Wabantu back in the day, before the fame.
The noticeably thinner and darker-skinned Zodwa can be seen dancing with a bottle of alcohol in hand. If it weren’t for this signature pose of hers, many would not have believed that the picture is really her.
The pic was shared on social media by many Mzansi tweeps including Twitter user Buz_vii who captioned it:
“Before you give up. Just know Zodwa wabantu started from the bottom naye. Trust the process”
Before you give up. Just know Zodwa wabantu started from the bottom naye. Trust the process ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Xo17BfnzGD
— B u z i l e 👑 (@Buz_vii) September 15, 2020
Many were quick to point out that Zodwa Wabantu now looks thicker. They believed that her new look was courtesy of a ‘thicker’ bank account. Check some of the reactions:
But can we just support her .becouse she is not asking money from the goverment or working like a slave .
— molele (@Mphela44181444) September 15, 2020
Indeed hard work pays she got so successful no matter how people lable her she just work hard
— Labonga (@Labonga5) September 15, 2020
😂😂😂usuka kude mos lomntu
— KAMOHELO (@Sir_AKY) September 15, 2020
Yeah looks like she was a phara then.
— sdudla (@Tom47096338) September 15, 2020
I didn’t recognize her for a second
— Dumakude (@spheeh86) September 15, 2020
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