Kamo Mphela slaps a fan during her concert

Kamo Mphela slaps a fan during her concert
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Ouch! Kamo Mphela slaps fan during her concert [watch]

Askies! Kamo Mphela delivered a stinging clapback – literally – to one forward fan who groped her during her performance…

Kamo Mphela slaps a fan during her concert

Kamo Mphela slaps a fan during her concert
Image via Twitter

Zodwa Wabantu may allow her fans to grope her on stage, but fellow entertainer Kamo Mphela will not tolerate it!

The latter was seen slapping a fan who got a little too close to comfort during a show over the weekend.


During her show, Kamo Mphela was seen dancing and singing to the robust crowd.

Things got a little awkward though, when fans decided to touch her hair and body without her consent.


Unfortunately for one concert-goer, Kamo delivered a stinging clapback – literally – in retaliation.

The video went viral on social media and many tweeps justified the amapiano star’s actions.

“Females in SA should start performing by holding pepper spray. I mean we have those in our bags anyway”

“As she should. People lack common sense. Why are you touching someone WITHOUT their consent?”

“That slap wasn’t hard enough! Its not OK to touch someone WITHOUT PERMISSION”


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On the other side of the spectrum, Zodwa Wabantu happily performed for a crowd in KZN who felt her up during her time on stage.

The dancer and entertainer was performing at the Estradini Lifestyle in Estcourt over the weekend.

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In a video posted on her Instagram account, Zodwa is seen unfazed by several concert-goers who stuck their hands up her dress to grope her.

“These are my people”, she captioned the clip.

Meanwhile Zodwa’s performance in Zambia has been cancelled due to rising Covid-19 cases in the country.

The star was due to perform at Club Elite in Lusaka over the weekend. It would have been her first time returning to the country since she was deported in 2018.

Postponed to a later date due to the escalating Covid-19 cases around the world.

Posted by Club Elite Zambia on Thursday, 16 December 2021