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What South Africans Are Doing To Nigerians Is Not Xenophobia But Poverty – Zodwa Wabantu

Zodwa WabantuFamous South African performer Zodwa Wabantu, has blasted citizens of her country for the xenophobic attack on Africans living in her country.

The pantless dancer, in a clip, disclosed that the recent attack on African Nationals and Nigerians living in SA is not about xenophobia but poverty.

She revealed that lazy South Africans are “taking things from people who are really doing something about their lives.”

She then slammed the South Africans destroying and looting businesses owned by African nationals, asking them to stop the attacks.

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Zodwa Rebecca Libram (born October 1985) is a South African Media Personality socialite and dancer.

She then moved on to become an entertainer. Wabantu has been a notable dancer in the last few years, and has feuded with fellow dancer Skolopad. Wabantu recently performed at the Doek on Fleek event, amongst other events she has performed at.

She currently is signed to the DJ Tira record label.

In 2018, Wabantu appeared in the season premiere of MTV 2 South Africa’s Behind the Story. Her videos have been share throughout social media and a dedicated YouTube channel.

Wabantu makes waves for the fact that she performs without wearing panties. In 2017, Wabantu was banned from performing in Zimbabwe due to the nature of her performances.. Wabantu was deported from Zambia over similar issues less than a year later.

Wabantu purchased land for her business during the winter of 2018. She has her own show called Zodwa Wabantu: Uncensored.

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  1. we lack of a good leaders,that is why my nigeria people are traveling from different countries, no good government 90 percent are corrupt

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