It looks like Zodwa Wabantu and long-term bae Ntobeko Linda will no longer be heading to the altar and this time it’s “for good. Zodwa confirmed to TshisaLIVE on Monday that she called off the wedding and had split from Ntobeko. Although Zodwa is fresh from a break-up and nursing a broken heart, some fans are still not convinced that they are done for good and believe the pair may reunite to give Mzansi a wedding. But in the meantime, let’s go down memory lane and look at how Zodwa nearly found her way to the altar.
After introducing him to the world the year before, in 2018 Zodwa posted loved-up images of her and her bae but claimed that marriage was not on the cards.
Maybe marriage isn’t such a bad thing. A year later, she dropped a major hint that she could soon tie the knot, telling TshisaLIVE that she is so in love that the thought of getting married no longer scares her as much.
She then found herself having to prove to Msanzi that marriage isn’t the be-all and end-all of life. Vosho queen and reality TV star Zodwa Wabantu has allegedly cancelled her wedding to Ntobeko Linda. The highly anticipated wedding celebration was supposed to take place on Saturday but the wedding didn’t go ahead as planned. According to Sunday Sun, Zodwa is struggling to come to terms with the break-up. Zodwa is a strong woman but she loves Ntobeko, hence she finds it hard to deal with his absence,” a source told the publication.
Rumours of the couple’s split started making rounds after Zodwa shared on social media in June that she is no longer happy in her relationship. Taking to her Instagram page, Zodwa posted a photograph of the couple during one of their happy times, with the caption: “I’m Losing myself.
I need my Spark back. I’m not Happy anymore. Free Ntobeko he’s still Growing. No Wedding. However, a few days later the Afrotainment star had a change of heart and said that the wedding is back on.
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