Zodwa Wabantu Loses Her New Lamborghini

Zodwa Wabantu Loses Lamborghini
Zodwa Wabantu's egg business pays off, buys herself a Lamborghini Aventador

Zodwa Wabantu Loses Her New Lamborghini

Mzansi’s favorite dancer and socialite popularly known as Zodwa Wabantu’s dreams have turned into nightmares barely a few days after purchasing one of the most pricey vehicles in the world, a Lamborghini Aventador. Born Zodwa Rebecca Libram, the dancer recently took to social media to celebrate her new milestone alongside politician and businessman Kenny Kunene in an Instagram video.

Zodwa Wabantu Loses Her R10 Million Rand Lamborghini : PIC: South African popular dancer and socialite fondly known as Zodwa Wabantu in entertainment circles posing in front of a Lamborghini: Image Credit: Instagram

According to Kenny Kunene, the controversial dancer has returned the posh vehicle she acquired on Monday because of SARS. The politician further indicated that SARS reached her out after she posted the R10 million rand machine on her Instagram account. From the look of things, Zodwa has yet not officially addressed the recent development but Kenny has confirmed to the Daily Sun.

Zodwa Wabantu Loses Lamborghini
Zodwa Wabantu Loses Her New Lamborghini that she bought through an egg business.

“Zodwa has decided not to buy the car anymore because after she posted the video celebrating, she got a call from SARS requesting to have a meeting with her. She figured out that it might have been because of the post so she then decided to not buy the car for now.It is sad that in this country you can’t freely celebrate getting yourself anything without anyone hovering around you.” he said.

In the same vein, Mzansi strongly believes the politician had actually bought the Lamborghini for Zodwa and there are rumors the dancer joined his political party. However, he added that once they are in good books and on the same page with SARS, there is nothing that will stop her from purchasing the vehicle again.

 

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