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SHOCKING! What Mugabe Said About South African Celebrity Who Doesnt Wear Pants


Elderly African pioneer, Mr Mugabe has purportedly communicated his objection to a South African big name who declines to wear undies.

South African performer, Zodwa Wabantu who is known for not wearing underwear as of late made news when she said that she might want to meet Zimbabwe’s 93 year old president, Robert Mugabe.

Zodwa said before she made the trek to Zimbabwe a few fans cautioned her to “carry on” in light of the fact that that nation’s president is a strict man.

“They were revealing to me that Mugabe does not permit hogwash. Furthermore, subsequently I would not be permitted into Zimbabwe since I am excessively sexy.Some feel I will be half Unclad and that he (Mugabe) realizes that I don’t wear undies,” she told nearby columnists.

“I would love to meet Mugabe if given a possibility,” she said. “I don’t carry on with a phony life. This is me: I am not costly. I am a “kasi” individual. I adore all of you. God gave me this body and I am utilizing it,” she said to cheer.

Mugabe has however impacted Zodwa Wabantu for not wearing undies, and any type of clothing so far as that is concerned.

Talking at a rally before a 10‚000-in number jam in Bindura on Saturday, Mugabe said he knows that a choice to prohibit her from taking an interest at official government occasions which she had been before welcomed to in Zimbabwe made him a “grouch”

TshisaLIVE cited the President as saying; “I’m sad we disillusioned numerous men” previously addressing why Zodwa would go to parties without clothing.

“You simply come without covering your conventionality. What do you need? Men to see you? We don’t need such‚” he said.

The choice has drawn blended reaction‚ with political figures saying something regarding the choice.

“There are numerous things that aren’t right in this nation and they are not tended to. Be that as it may, all of a sudden somebody gets some information about Zodwa and it turns into a national interest‚ as though it’s a condition of emergency‚” said an unmistakable political extremist Josphat Ngulube.

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