Terrified side bae reveals lover's wife is sangoma who cursed her

Terrified side bae reveals lover's wife is sangoma who cursed her

- A terrified woman has revealed that she has been cursed by her lover's wife

- She shared her story anonymously on social media

- Mzansi had very little sympathy for her

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According to an anonymous post shared by Twitter user Gommiey X, a woman was dating a married man in Bloemfontein. She now believes that the man's wife used witchcraft on her.

"Ever since she left that thing, my life has turned upside down."rom time to time. On her last visit, she left something that looked like a piece of plastic bag with a bone on the curtain rail..

"Ever since she left that thing, my life has turned upside down"

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According to the side bae, she lost her job and her car and her business is suffering. She asked the man to remove the item but he refused, revealing that his wife is a sangoma.

The distraught woman said she didn't deserve this curse and asked Mzansi social media users for advice - unfortunately, no one had any pity to spare.

Twitter user Wanndee_ said:

"She's so dizzy. The wife must stay on her neck and never stop."

While SmishDizzy said:

"Mxm! Don't be shook wena girl... That's just a chicken licken bone. People are playing with food yaz."

MiyaNdosi said:

"Leave married men alone..."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a sangoma, who hails from Soweto, said his bones predicted that Bafana Bafana would win against Egypt at the AFCON. Nzama Maluleke added he has been a sangoma for 10 years and his bones have never lied to him. Our readers were sceptical and laughed off the sangoma's prediction, especially after taking into consideration Bafana's weak start in the competition.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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