Zodwa Wabantu: the industry is filled with witchcraft

It’s been almost a year since Zodwa burst into the spotlight (and stole it from some of your faves) she’s as yet persuaded that the industry is filled with witchcraft, regardless of whether it isn’t the muti type.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Zodwa said she could talk in regards to the things occur in the industry because even after being in it for quite a while, she’s still an outsider, yet by choice.

“When I say I am only after my money and not fame, people think I am shallow. But I made a decision to walk at my own pace on the other side of the yellow line and let the celebs stay in the fast lane. People and say a lot of bad things to each other. It’s witchcraft really, if you think about it,” Zodwa said.

The performer clarified that despite the fact that it wasn’t possible for there to be people consulting witches and stuff like that to remain famous, she wasn’t even discussing that.

She said the reason she stayed “isolated” was because she had been in the company of celebs who say terrible things about people they claim to love or be friends with.

Zodwa said that for her, there was no greater evil than a person who smiled to your face and turned around spreading ill-wishes for you in the industry.

“Sometimes it’s not even about me. I know what they say about me but that isn’t even a big deal. It’s the things they say about each other and about who deserves what and who did what. It always makes me happy I am not one of them in that way.”

The queen of vosho said she was glad to trail a little bit behind them, capitalising on opportunities they wast,e while busy slashing each other’s reputations.

“I get their leftovers. When they get bookings for R70k and they say it’s too little and they are worth more, I am available to step in because I’m not a celebrity. I will work for that cash and deserve it.”

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