Zodwa Wabantu: Uncensored Promises To Be A Shocker

Zodwa says she will be revealing more than she did in the first season.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:43 PM  | Zodwa Wabantu  | Drama

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If you thought season 1 was a shocker, brace yourself for season 2!

Zodwa Wabantu's reality TV show; Zodwa Wabantu: Uncensored - which airs on Moja Love - had many in their feels because she was raw and spoke nothing but the truth.

On the show, she also revealed quite a few details about her life - which left some viewers with a tear drop or two, and some were left empowered by her work ethic and hustle.

Now that the December rush is upon us, the socialite and TV star says she will be chased around by cameras in Joburg and Cape Town. The plan is to reguarly travel between the two cities as she juggles both her reality show and new film.

Speaking to Isolezwe, Zodwa said: "People will get to see some things they never knew about me which I never revealed in the first season. They will also see my new Ben 10 and lay out everything about my life,"

She then added; "I will be addressing some things everyone is afraid to talk about."

In season 1, Zodwa made quite a few controversial statements which lead her to being labelled homophobic amongst many other things. After the episode, viewers were furious and signed a petition to have the show cancelled.

Although the heavily criticized channel Moja Love apologized on her behalf, they assured to do better and resolved not to cancel the show.

Despite the negativity, Zodwa is proud of the reception and the schievement of being the first show from Moja Love to be added on DSTV Catch Up.

If there's one thing we know about Zodwa... she is unpredictable, so these shockers she talks about will definitely happen.

The entertainer also shared a titbit on the film she will be in. She is set to play lead, however she has not divulged much about the film.
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