The controversial dancer and entertainer Zodwa Wabantu took to social media yesterday, inquiring about work at a popular strip joint, The Summit Club, in Johannesburg.
“Guys help Summit @Joburg is a Strip Club right? Booking duties…all my life I was called Umagosha & a Stripper this I wanna see & enjoy fully? If the are Customers there are Buyers Society at its Best?❤”
Zodwa explained that since she has been called a prostitute and stripper for the way she dances and dresses, she may as well become a stripper for real and get paid for her sexy dancing.
The Durban-born socialite called out society for being quick to slut-shame women for dressing sexy, but saying nothing about their brothers, sons, and fathers who are customers at places like The Summit.
Zodwa wa Bantu: Picture: Instagram
“Society don’t discuss such but can label any Woman wearing sexy outfits…If this girls Work here who are the Customers,our Brothers,Father’s & Society, Awuve nizenza ncono ngathi thina abantu besfazane sifelani ngokubizwa ngama gama kodwa niyasikhwela emini nase busuku. Instead of helping us, we went to School kodwa reality is I have to survive no matter what” she wrote.
Watch Zodwa practice pole dancing:
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