Zodwa talks about being exposed to fraud in 2020
This year has truly been one for the books, and surely not many will forget 2020.
One such person is Mzansi’s national treasure Zodwa Wabantu, who was the victim of a house robbery and also lost her bae, Vusi Ngubane, beat an equivalent year.
In April, Zodwa was left struggling to return to terms with the heartbreak of getting her home broken into by thieves.
The socialite told TshisaLIVE that the foremost heartbreaking thing about being robbed was that life can change so drastically during a few hours all due to “selfish” people.
“I don’t need to linger over the robbery because, at the top of the day, it’s life. Once I actually know needless to say just what proportion I even have lost, I will be able to work as hard as I can to bring myself back to where I used to be .”
Zodwa admitted that crime had how of leaving one feeling helpless.
“It’s just that it isn’t an excellent feeling to understand that a random group of individuals decided that I do not deserve these things that I worked so hard for. Crime is basically the foremost heartbreaking thing. Imagine working that tough for you to be back to face one.”
When she spoke to TshisaLIVE last Thursday, just after she acknowledged about the house burglary, Zodwa thanked God she and her family weren’t home, because she said she believed something bad could have happened to them.
“I’m heartbroken that you simply work so hard just for people with evil hearts to require everything you’ve worked for. It really hurts. But I’m very grateful there was nobody reception. I could are raped or killed if I used to be within the house, but God made sure I wasn’t there.”
As if a house robbery wasn’t enough, in June Zodwa tried to stay herself busy during lockdown with hopes it might distract her from the heartbreak she suffered when she and Vusi decided to call it quits.
She did so by launching new beauty products and endorsing clinical procedures but told TshisaLIVE that she is hopeful Vusi will come.
“As someone who lives her life within the spotlight, my relationships are very public. When people ask if we’ve choppy, I tell them that it’s over but we are still trying to figure things out.
“I love him and hope that we will make things better, she expressed.”
The pair broke up in May after a break-in at their home, which put a strain on their relationship.
“We are browsing the foremost since the break-in. We both skilled it differently and it had been difficult for us. We decided to require an opportunity but we could revisit together once the initial trauma has passed.”
Things went further south in August when Zodwa apparently opened a case of fraud against her former lover for allegedly using her name during a deal, a claim his legal team later denied.
Zodwa took to social media to say that Vusi had allegedly used her name to urge an endorsement deal on a vehicle.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Zodwa said that she opened a case of fraud against Vusi and would serve him with a letter of demand. “The police said I shouldn’t discuss the matter. I even have a letter of demand for defrauding me,” she said.
Vusi’s lawyer, Howard Felix, told TshisaLIVE he wasn’t conscious of a fraud case being opened against his client. “To our knowledge, because it stands, there’s no confirmation of a fraud case being brought against our client,” he said.