Photos source: https://www.instagram.com/zodwalibram/?hl=en
Zodwa Wabantu has made it clear that she prefers younger men, such as Ben 10s. She's owned several Ben 10s, including one of the Black Motion half-duo.
She's been uploading images of herself with Ben 10s lately, and today she shared a photo of herself in bed with one. She told her admirers that she's having a good time where she is and asked them to guess who she's with.
A Reece was the most popular guess. A tattooed boyfriend is impossible to conceal. A Reece, is this really real? Ambitiouz Entertainment signed A-Reece from Atteridgeville in 2015. He left the corporation to become an independent musician after having disagreements with management. His breakthrough hit, "Couldn't," featuring Emtee, catapulted him to popularity in 2015.
Others believe it is Ricardo cpt, whose real name is Olefile Mpudi, a University of Pretoria goalkeeper. According to the tattoos, it's probably Ricardo.
Despite the fact that Zodwa is shown in the photograph.
's tummy appears to be swollen.
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