The Queen's Motsoaledi Setumo opens up about witchcraft claims

The Queen's Motsoaledi Setumo opens up about witchcraft claims

Motsoaledi Setumo, known as Mmabatho in #TheQueen, recently opened up about the claims that she fled from her home because of witchcraft against her. The actress says it's not true and reports of sorcery were fake news.

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The Queen's beautiful Motsoaledi Setumo, known as Mmabatho in the popular TV series, recently spoke up about the claims of witchcraft allegedly used against her.

The actress moved into a new home, and it was reported that she was on the run from evil sorcery.

TimesLIVE reported that another publication, the Sunday World, claimed Motsoaledi's brand new BMW was sprinkled with blood in her garage.

This is likely what started the many witchcraft rumours.

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Motsoaledi has grown tired of the rumours of witches, so she decided to open up about it and set the record straight.

Witchcraft is supernatural powers, right? So how can I run away from Kagiso? Will it not reach me in Fourways? It was fake news. I moved because it was time for me to move home.

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My family is like: 'If it in the papers, it is true.' It is so difficult to explain to my 82-year-old grandmother that it is not true ... Now we have trust issues because who would possibly call the papers to tell them that?

We hope the family will find peace now that Motsoaledi laid to rest the rumours.

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Source: Briefly News

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