South African dancer Zodwa Wabantu met musician Young Stunna in a club, and she bowed to him, praising him. Young Stunna has been one of the faster-rising stars in the past three years, alongside Nkosanaza Daughter and others. On the other hand, Zodwa Wabantu is an established entertainer who is well-known across Africa.
Despite being controversial, there is no doubt that Zodwa Wabantu is one of the most talked about names in South African entertainment.
This all means that when she bows down to anyone, it means that Zodwa has seen a rare talent. Zodwa Wabantu meets Young Stunna and hands him his flower. It seemed that Zodwa was not expecting to meet Young Stunna, and the moment caught her by surprise. Zodwa could not be steady as she shook Young Stunna’s hand and bowed down in from of him.
This gesture also surprised the young man, who bent his back to take Zodwa up and talk. After Zodwa was up on her feet, they had a little chat with Young Stunna, all smiling. Most fans imagined that Zodwa was giving Young Stunna some advice and his flowers simultaneously.
As they continued to talk, Young Stunna and Zodwa became so close, and they showed each other some professional love and respect. Young Stunna became famous after his hit song Bopha where he featured Felo Le Tee and Mellow & Sleazy.
Since then, he has worked with top Amapiano producers like DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small. He went on to make other top hits like Adiwle and SETE, which fans love.
On the other hand, Zodwa Wabantu has made her name through dancing in clubs and events. Her dance moves have been controversial but loved by many, as was her fashion. Zodwa does not care what people say; as; long as her fans love it, she is okay with it.
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