A video of popular South African Dancer, Zodwa Wabantu at a recent event has left many tongues wagging on the internet. In the video posted by Linda Ikeji’s blog, the South African Dancer was seen performing for her fans and also giving them access to touch and grab her thighs intimately while she was performing.
Zodwa Wabantu was wearing a skimpy see-through piece as she performs for her fans. During her performance, she moved to a crowded area where some of her fans are gathered. On getting there, some of the fans (mostly guys) started dragging her cloth, caressing her thigh and few of them dipped their hands between her thighs.
Photo Credit: Zodwa Wabantu — Instagram
It was quite intense and messy as everyone started struggling to touch her while she was still in their midst. She stayed in their midst for a while before she walked to the other part of the podium. The video has attracted a lot of reactions from different people since it surfaced the internet.
Allowing multiple persons in a crowded area to touch and grab her intimately like that is quite hazardous and risky. She could have been physically injured or even contract a disease like COVID-19 from anyone among the crowd.
Her action could have jeopardized her safety physically and health-wise. She could not probably know the intentions of everyone in the crowd. Some people in the crowd could be trying to harm her or even harass her s3xually.
She might be trying to show her fans some love but what she did was extremely immoderate. The touching and grabbing should have been avoided for her own safety and protection because anything could have happened in that crowded area.
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