Wednesday 11 October 2017


Zodwa Wa­bantu says she kept her bra and G-string on for her sold-out per­for­mance at The Sum­mit strip club in Hill­brow, Jo­han­nes­burg, at the week­end.

The Soweto-born provo­ca­teur, who now lives in Dur­ban, de­scribed her much an­tic­i­pated show at the home of strippers as beau­ti­ful.

“I’ve never seen any­thing like it. It was packed and they were all happy. I was paid up­front, but I was given more money through tips,” she said.

“I im­i­tated the ladies who work there, but I couldn’t take off my bra or G-string. I wore a trans­par­ent net. I also tried pole danc­ing, but I failed. It was too hard, I thought I could pull it off but I’m stiff.”

Wa­bantu said she would re­turn to the strip club anytime. “I love money, I’d do it again.”

Meanwhile, the popular entertainer has quashed claims of a brewing feud between her and another SA entertainer Skolopad. She explained that she just does not want to be painted with the same brush as her and that they are vying for different things.

After refusing to take a picture with Skolopad at the recent Feather Award nominations event, Zodwa’s action led to speculation on social media that she has something against Skolopad.
However, Zodwa has set the record straight.
“Skolopad says she sings. I don’t sing. Even on her Instagram, I don’t see exactly what she’s about. Is she after money or what? She’s just there… (Saying things like) Euphonik I want to help you get over Bonang and stuff.

“She goes to every award ceremony for the sake of it, nominated or not. There’s nothing wrong with that, it’s her thing. She’s here for the fame, I’m here for the money. That’s why we don’t mix,” she explained.

Skolopad burst into the spotlight after she stole the show with a revealing yellow dress at the Metro FM Music Awards earlier this year. She then continuously hogged headlines for her risqué poses, semi-naked outfits and attempts to introduce people to her music.

Zodwa said she wants to “hang out” with people who contribute to her career and share the same passion of “making money” and Skolopad is not one of them.

She explained that her interaction with Skolopad began back at the 2017 Durban July when Skolopad called and wanted to “hang out”. Zodwa claims Skolopad wanted them to be “buddies” and although she initially did not object, the meeting never happened. – TimesLive


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