SKOLOPAD has revealed that the wors dress she wore to the Feather Awards was meant to send a message.
The controversial performer told Daily Sun she wanted to show her haters she has no beef with anyone and her personality is as soft as raw wors.
Skolopad, whose real name is Nonhlanhla Qwabe, had tongues wagging when she arrived at the glitzy event held at the Theatre on the Track in Kyalami, Joburg, on Thursday.
She was wearing a plastic dress with wors covering her private parts and breasts.
“I chose this dress to set the record straight that I have no beef with anyone. I only have wors,” she said.
“Wors is one of the softest meat you can find and it is like my personality.”
The dress was made by Monavicioufe Designs’ Teboho Monatisa and Koos Sibaya and apparently cost R1 500.
She paired the dress with a packet of charcoal instead of a handbag.
On Saturday she posted photos to social media of her daughter and her braaiing the wors.
When a follower asked her why she didn’t invite others to help her eat her clothes, she replied: “I am eating, my friend. I’m finishing the wors and it’s delicious.”
She confirmed to the SunTeam that she was eating the same wors she had been wearing.
“I would not throw away R200 worth of meat. I enjoyed it with my family,” she said.
At the Feather Awards, Skolopad lost out to her rival Zodwa Wabantu in the Drama Queen of the Year category.
Speaking about the loss, she said: “I think Zodwa did great and I’m happy for her.”
Skolopad said she will be focusing on her work as a nurse for the rest of the year.