South African Dancer & Socialite, Zodwa Wabantu Molested On Stage During Live Performance in South Africa.
Zodwa Wabantu Molested On Stage – South African controversial dancer and socialite, Zodwa Wabantu is trending online after fans took the “touchy touchy” thing a little bit too far.
Zodwa gave some of her fans the opportunity of getting closer to her but what happened next was unbelievable – and for some – disgusting.
A video circulating online shows some fans touching her, and she seems unbothered. It is unclear where and when the video was taken, but male fans can be seen reaching for her private parts.
Several other men can also be seen lifting her dress and touching her buttocks.
People have labelled the incident as inappropriate and said it perpetuates ‘rape culture.’
Zodwa’s rise to fame has been nothing short of a fairy tale. She became popular for dancing without underwear at Durban’s Eyadini Lounge and has since climbed the entertainment ladder, both locally and internationally.
The video has sparked a debate online: some question why the men are doing that and others are asking why Zodwa is letting them to do that.
Zodwa Response Below:
“They are my fans, there was no abuse whatsoever, and no harm was done. Those men are the ones who support me, not all these people making noise,” said Zodwa Wabantu”
Below are some reactions gathered on Twitter
— Hermaine M (@HermaineM) August 21, 2019
I'm so disturbed by this Zodwa video.
She didn't give those men permission to grope her and yet she didn't object to it.
And we all know she'll come out defending her 'fans' so what do we even say?! I mean it's her body but this looks like sexual harassment.
— Inga (@IngaNcomanzi) August 21, 2019
I dont understand how people think its Zodwa who is the problem here..
When actually she is being sexually assaulted.
— Lethiweyinkosi 👑 (@Lethu_Dlamini) August 21, 2019
Men know the boundary very well. The problem is when they think Zodwa's "business" is an invite to touch her, they have not mastered that it's for eyes only not hands.
— Azania-Proudly South African (@SokhuluSA) August 21, 2019