Tweeps cannot deal: The witchcraft in Isidingo is getting too real

Tweeps cannot deal: The witchcraft in Isidingo is getting too real

- The spirit of Hector brought on a lot of witchcraft to Isidingo

- Nina's never back-down attitude has found help with black magic

- Fans are not too keen on all of this though, they feel it is getting a bit much

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Isidingo has never been the show to dabble deep in the cultural witchcraft side of the African culture. Viewers have been shook lately with how deep the show has gone.

It all started when Nina’s shebeen was taken by the spirit of hector. Gatanga, a sangoma on the show, felt the spirit and saw its power.

Gatanga warned Nina, but she was in denial. After he was unable to remove the spirit, Nina went for a second opinion.

This was when Dlangamandla was introduced to the show. She came in as Nina’s second opinion and later became her problem solver. has seen how Dlangamandla is all about that black magic. This woman is can make anything happen, at the right price.

This sangoma is fearless and dark. Fans think that she is all about the money as she charges Nina a pretty penny for her services.

After Dlangamandla allegedly sorted out the shebeen issue, Nina got her onto something new. She was hired to sort Lincoln out for attacking Nina’s son in revenge.

Over the past few episodes, we have seen Lincoln take a turn for the worst. Tonight, we saw the possible end of the man himself. Nina ain’t playing.

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Fans are shook by all the witchcraft vibes. They feel that Isidingo is getting too deep into the black magic and they are not about that life. We thought we were watching Isidingo, not Isibaya?

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