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I don’t wear pants, President Mugabe would like it when I meet him – South African socialite, Zodwa rants

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Popular South African celebrity, Zodwa Wabantu, says she would like to meet 93-year-old President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. Zodwa said before she made the trip to Zimbabwe some fans warned her to “behave” because that country’s president is a strict man. South African socialite, Zodwa rants.

The socialite, who is popularly known for not wearing panties and always appearing in skimpy dresses. The entertainer became the talk of town for her skimpy outfits as an employee at Eyadini Lounge in Umlazi.

She raised eyebrows at the Durban July for wearing a revealing dress but said she had little worry over what people thought of her and her love for wearing no underwear.

Zodwa is currently in Zimbabwe. Before she made the trip, fans from the country warned her to behave properly when she arrives to avoid being banned because their President is a strict and decent man.

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Zodwa, in a chat with Daily News after her appearance at Club Connect in Zimbabwe, said: “People have been threatening me about Mugabe on social media before I came here. They were telling me that Mugabe does not allow nonsense, as a result I won’t be allowed into Zimbabwe because I am too sexy and put on something more like revealing, which some feel I will be half naked and that he knows that I don’t wear panties.

“Now that those people see that I am here and free they begin to say maybe Mugabe is one of those that also like me because I don’t wear panties. But the fact is I would love to meet Mugabe, if given a chance, I will certainly love to meet that man.”

She however admitted she felt unsettled by the warnings knowing that Mugabe is capable of doing anything.

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She added, “I really felt threatened because I don’t know the politics in this country, but I know Mugabe is a strong man, he will tell you what he wants and what he doesn’t want. Imagine if I had landed and I am told Zodwa you must go back. It was possible but after I passed the borders I got excited and felt like I was going to see Mugabe.”

Speaking further, she said, “I don’t live a fake life. This is me: I am not expensive. I am a “kasi” person. I love you all. God gave me this body and I am using it.”

Meanwhile, a local socialite paid US$2 500 (R32 500) to secure the VVIP booth at Club Connect where he and his entourage had exclusive access to Zodwa.

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