Never Seen Pictures Of Zodwa Wabantu Before Fame

Never Seen Pictures Of Zodwa Wabantu Before Fame. There are a lot of Mzansi celebrities whom you wont recognise if their pictures before fame and money circulate. Ra.unchy dancer Zodwa Rebecca Libram is one good example of such celebrities.

Never Seen Pictures Of Zodwa Wabantu Before Fame.


Libram who is popularly known as Zodwa Wabantu has a couple of pictures in which she looks very different from now.

Before fame and money, the Vosho Queen was very slim and dark in complexion. This is the complete opposite of the now popular dancer.

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The above picture which circulated on social media, left her fans assuming it was just someone who looks like her.

One other noticeable change on Zodwa on the above picture is her breasts. The Mzansi celebrity back in 2020 underwent breast enlargement so as to enhance her beauty.

Zodwa Wabantu paid a mammoth $12k for the breast enlargement surgery.  She even took to her Instagram page to make the announcement.

The first consultation and the first surgery was 12K. I did a threads filler surgery where they took fats from other parts of my body to shape and give volume to my breasts

Other celebrities like Nolo Seabi from Scandal and Khanyi Mbau underwent the knife for their milk jars.

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Zodwa  Wabantu rose to fame back in 2017 after she was signed by Afrotainment. Since then she became famous for dancing pantless.

In Zimbabwe, Zodwa Wabantu failed to attend her much anticipated show in Harare after a famous actress  Anne Nhira pushed the government from barring her to perform.

The late Anne Nhira branded Zodwa’s trend as immoral and disgusting.

In Zambia, she [Zodwa] suffered the same fate after it emerged that she was deported by the Government.

The Council stated that Zodwa’s performances were not in the public interest and undermined our national values, said Lucky Munakampe who was the event organiser.


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