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Popular South African nudist known for going pantless ,Zodwa Wabantu revealed she splashed 150,000 rants on a gold coffin . She took to Facebook to declare she is not scared of death so she is preparing ahead of time . Death. Society is so Afraid to talk about Death. We all gonna Die,I made a Choice to Purchase my Coffin⚰ while alive. Its worth 150k On 2018,She was deported from Zambia for appearing pantless at an event .
MediaTek posted a topic in EntertainmentBeyonce, Jay-Z, and their children are currently in South Africa. Yesterday, paparazzi spotted the power family at the airport and from the clips making rounds online, fans are seen chanting their names, declaring their love for Beyonce and her family. And this comes a day after the pop star took to her website to pen a heartfelt letter to the late Nelson Mandela, hours after the group Global Citizen confirmed that she and Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage and Wizkid have been selected for the Global Citizen EP 1. The Global Citizen aims to end extreme poverty in the world by 2030. The other artists featured on the album are Pharrell, David Guetta, and Cassper Nyovest. And the 4-track EP, which will be released on Friday, November 30, is curated by Coldplay‘s Chris Martin. The songs are inspired by Nelson Mandela’s fight for racial equality, and the proceeds from the EP will go to the fight for gender equality, education, clean water, and more. And it is for this reason Beyonce and her family are in South Africa. See the video below.
Guest posted a topic in NewsThe Zambian government deported the controversial female South African dancer, Zodwa Wabantu, who is popularly known for performing without underwear. According to Reuters, the reason for her deportation was over concerns about Christian m0rality and fears that her performance would “undermine national values” It is understood that Zodwa had been billed to perform at an album launch later on Saturday evening, but was sent back when she landed in the morning at the Kenneth Kaunda international airport. “I can confirm that Zodwa has been deported back to South Africa by the immigration department,” her promoter Lucky Munakampe told AFP, adding no reasons were given for her deportation. Last week, Zambia’s religious affairs minister Godfridah Sumaili told AFP that Zodwa would not be allowed to perform in the country. “Zambia is a Christian nation where m0rality and ethics have to be followed. We don’t expect a woman to dance without underwear,” Sumaili said. In the same vein, the organizers of the show said in a statement earlier this week that Zambia’s National Arts Council had rejected their application. “The Council stated that… Zodwa’s performances were not in the public interest and undermined our national values,” the statement said.