The renowned socialite, entertainer, and bootilicious dancer Zodwa Wabantu shared her new year plans and it seems all business, marriage is nowhere in sight. She has however grown impressively as a businesswoman. Zodwa now has her own perfume range and also has a reality TV Show. 2020 is definitely looking good for her. Zodwa Wabantu, however, has declared she’s never getting married… sorry guys.
“I’m over that. I’m focusing on my career and business. I won’t be getting married,” said the entertainer, whose real name is Zodwa Libram. Zodwa said she wanted to enjoy herself after her separation from for former Ben 10, Ntobeko Linda. She revealed to the Daily Sun that separating from Ntobeko was the worst moment in her life last year and even though she didn’t miss him, she had taken a knock.
“It was bad parting ways, even though I’ve moved on.”
Zodwa described her new Ben 10 bae, Vusi Buthelezi, as an educated person, and planned to work extra hard this year.
“I will join a gym and make my ass tighter. Being fit will make me happy.”
This year, Zodwa plans to push her perfume brand, Touchable Day and Touchable Night, which was launched last month.
“My perfumes are selling like hot cakes online. I’ve chosen to make perfume for women because I love women. It’s time we get the respect we deserve.”
Zodwa got the promoting part down. She is using big trucks on tour to promote her perfumes and said she already had a truck in Cape Town, Durban and Joburg and was planning to take another truck to Swaziland.
Another than her perfume range, the socialite also has big plans to shoot the second season of her reality TV show, Zodwa Wabantu Uncensored, which will feature on Moja Love this year.
I’ll continue to be Zodwa Wabantu on stage, and to be an entertainer and businesswoman. I’m thankful God has kept me safe until this year.”
The entertainer also plans to use her T6 Kombi VW, which she bought last year for her gigs and perfume business.
“I’m fully booked until April,” said Zodwa.
The Mzansi dancer said she will perform in Tshwane from 29 to 31 January, and in Potchefstroom in the North West on 1 February.