Zodwa Wabantu Shares Video With Her Giant "MaMlambo" Snake

Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to share a video of herself with a giant snake. The socialite introduced the snake as her MaMlambo. She said the snake is responsible for all her good fortune.

The dancer further joked that her followers should also get themselves a snake for good luck. Zodwa Wabantu has been joking about using muthi and witchcraft ever since she was accused on doing such. The controversial media personality never misses a chance to take a dig at the unfounded rumours.

Many social media users were amused by the post while others were disturbed by the dangerous-looking reptile.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the socialite took to social media to post a video of her cute dog, Prince, curiously interacting with a chicken. Zodwa jokingly said that she would be using the chicken for a witchcraft ritual since she has been previously accused of such.

The Afrotainment dancer said the ritual is to make people love her. Mzansi social media users were amused by her post but it seems many more were obsessed with the adorable pup.

In other celeb news, Bonang recently debuted gorgeous blonde hair but not everyone was loving her new look. Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to take a not-so-subtle jab at the media mogul's gold locks.

Ntsiki Mazwai has always been an anti-weave and anti-wig girl. The poet made it clear that she did not approve of Bonang's hair, especially with the recent uproar after the retail store Clicks criticised ethnic hair.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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