Zodwa WaBantu goes viral after dropping purse full of ARVs in front of her Fans
Zodwa Wabantu, a talented dancer from South Africa, has made headlines once again. The plug was given to Zodwa Wabantu, who knows how to surprise South Africans. She may be divisive, but she has Mzansi's best interests at heart.
After reportedly dropping a purse full of ARVs in a viral video, the well-known dancer has been trending. Mzansi, on the other hand, was astounded after seeing this video. Zodwa Wabantu was spreading the message to many South Africans who have a negative attitude toward HIV positive people.
For those who may have misunderstood, the Zodwa has launched a campaign to end the stigma associated with ARV use in South Africa.
Zodwa Wabantu has called for the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS and ARV care to be removed. People live in fear and refuse to take responsibility for their actions because of how others perceive them. As a result of the stigma they face, many people are hesitant to seek treatment.
Zodwa's mission was to make people feel at ease with their treatment. Often, stop obsessing about what other people have to say about them.
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