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Musician paid R20,000 to have Zodwa Wabantu on a music video

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Zodwa Wabantu is collecting coins like a slot machine and recently took home a cool R20k for appearing in a music video. This week, sis shared a video of her on the set of the video for house artist Krusher’s latest single, Bophelo Bjaka.

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The video is set to drop next week. In a snippet from the footage, sis Zodwa is seen on a boat shaking some serious booty, while Krusher looks down. She joked that the muso was scared of her, but really wanted her in the video.

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“He is Scared of me. He Told his Bosses he wants Zodwa Wabantu. Bamba indunu le you paid for it,” she wrote, before warning the masses that she doesn’t work for free.

Zodwa Wabantu

But not everyone was impressed by Zodwa’s moves.One fan hit up the comments section to ask: “South Africans don’t you get tired of her same dancing styles, moves all the time!? Believe me, she’s way too booooring!”

Zodwa hit back at the hater: “You are so miserable girl. My soul belongs to God, not your bitter soul.”

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A teenager lay dead in his campus dorm room for up to two months, a New Zealand university said Thursday, with the young man’s body only discovered after fellow residents complained of the smell. The remains of the first year University of Canterbury student were so badly decomposed that specialist disaster investigators were brought in to identify them.

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Source: News365