Zodwa Wabantu has revealed the identity of her new boyfriend, a model and business owner named Olefile Mpudi.
Zodwa Wabantu shared a new photo of herself and her new boyfriend, Olefile Mpudi, on Instagram on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Since September 2021, the celebrity has been posting photos and videos of them. Wabantu, on the other hand, had kept his identity a secret by covering his face, and the only thing the world knew about Mpudi were the tattoos on his arm and the lip piercing seen in recordings of them kissing.
While Wabantu has never tagged her lover before, she did so this time while advertising her Go and Fun sponsorship arrangement. Mpudi considers himself a model and entrepreneur, as well as the founder of the Sauce of Pride clothing line. Wabantu has identified him as his third public lover.
Ntobeko Linda, Zodwa Wabantu's ex-fiancé, was the first to publicize their connection. Following that, Vusi Ngubane, her accused con artist boyfriend. Both Wabantu and Mpudi are thought to have been in their early twenties when they started dating. Her fans, on the other hand, have wished her luck in this romance, expressing optimism that it would not end up like her last two prominent partnerships.
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