If ever there was a hustler in Mzansi it has to be Zodwa Wabantu. The performer recently posted a video of her selling her eggs in the club.
During lockdown Zodwa started her business selling eggs. The performer’s business took off as she sold to Mzansi’s A listers including include Dineo Ranaka, TT Mbha and so many more. Without being able to perform due to the lockdown, Zodwa Wabantu turned to her side hustle, selling eggs as well as chickens, to help her pay the bills. Zodwa Wabantu uses her social media to market the eggs and also her tour bus to make her distributions. It appears even with the lockdown restrictions being lifted, the queen is still pushing her business real hard as she shared a video of her selling her eggs in a night club. Social media has always been supportive of her hustle and so people were impressed.
Zodwa Wabantu sells her eggs in the club
This isnt the only hustle that the performer is on as she has ventured into into property development, cosmetics and perfumes. Zodwa is also planning to launch her premium cider this year.
The performer also decided to go back to school last year.
“I’m an entertainer. I enjoy being a part of the entertainment industry. People have always seen one side of me. I’m ready to start the next chapter of my life.
I’ve always been interested in acting, but I know in order for people to take me seriously, I need to do some training first. I approached Star Quality Performing Arts College because it’s owned by two young black women, like myself, and explained to them what my dream was. They encouraged me to study, so I enrolled in the acting college. “
Zodwa also made social media last year when she got a Lamborghini that was rumoured to be bought by Kenny Kunene. However, with rumours of SARS coming after her, the performer quickly returned the car. Upon being asked about the matter, SARS media executive Sephati Sibeko said he does not know know much about the matter.
“The law doesn’t allow us to comment on peoples personal tax matters as they are confidential. Put it on record SARS doesn’t target anyone based on social media posts.
I don’t know the facts of this matter. But I can assure you that it does not happen after someone buys a car and post it on social media then they would get a call from SARS and request a meeting,” he said.