Zodwa Wabantu regrets losing fiance Ntobeko Linda through fame
Tamaryn, who was wearing a stylish yet straightforward gown, was appreciative of the words and sentiments of love.
Thank you for the great birthday wishes, she remarked, adding, “I had a lovely day, spent with family and friends.”
After landing a part in Coming to America II last week, actress Nomzamo Mbatha raised the South African flag high. However, shortly after, sources stated that her local fans wouldn’t be seeing her on a popular soap, Isibaya.
When she was 16 years old, the Soweto-born star, who rose to popularity as a dancer who preferred to gyrate on stage without any underwear and in barely-there clothes, began hustling on the streets and trying her best to make ends meet the only way she knew how.
She also had no reluctance to look back on her past. I’ll never forget learning to take care of myself as a child; as a result, I have no fear of anything. They used to keep food and dish soap from me. Then I realized I could use my vagina to better myself.
I recall staying in Dlamini 2 with my friend Nombulelo Nkomo (Soweto). We would squat in the backroom where she had a room. She would take care of all the housework while I went to the streets to hustle. I was the supplier, bringing bags of groceries home in plastic containers, Zodwa recounted. Zodwa changed her brand after realizing that living on the streets wasn’t actually viable.
“Street life doesn’t pay,” she said. You don’t even get to see how you spent the money; it immediately vanishes. I am aware that there are still some ladies in the ‘hood who still do it for the sake of drink, pricey hotels, and hair products, but I was never one of them. I would tell a guy that all I wanted was money and not to take me out in public or give me fancy cuisine or anything like that.
Her career has improved after she made a splash on the social scene in 2017 by drawing attention at the Vodacom Durban July. She received a lot of bookings and garnered attention for her butt-bare performances. Others criticized her while others complimented her. Even performing in some African nations was prohibited for her.
She continued to be who she is despite this. Instead, she persisted in her social media popularity and acquired Zodwa Wabantu: Uncensored, in which she opens up extensively about her relationship with Linda, the woman she was intended to wed.
“Being in a relationship with a young guy like Ntobeko was wonderful because I didn’t have to prepare meals for him or do washing for him, and he couldn’t talk to me. Because I work hard and have money, I was able to keep him, said Zodwa. However, the relationship didn’t last long. Shortly after paying lobola and popping the question to him with an R55 000 engagement ring, Zodwa broke things up.
“After thinking about Ntobeko’s thoughts, I decided to put off the wedding because he’s still young and would probably want to have