- Somizi may be a 21st century male but that doesn't mean he's forgotten his roots
- The use of traditional African healing and ancestor practices has been labelled with negative stigmas
- Somizi feels that its utter nonsense and proudly revealed that he's a believer and a participant
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Somizi Mhlongo is all about them dried herbs, calling up his ancestors kinda life. Whoever thinks impepho’s outdated better check themselves.
Despite being a boujee 21st century man who is married to another man, Somizi still holds his age-old cultural roots dear to his heart.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Somizi still very much believes in and practices the African tradition of impepho.
Calling upon ones ancestors is important in almost every African culture and using impepho is how most go about doing so.
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Sangomas, impepho and other African traditions have been cast in a negative light and claimed to be a part of witchcraft – well, Somizi, like many other Mzansi celebs, thinks that’s the biggest load of BS he’s ever heard.
Taking to social media like the proud African man that he is, Somizi posted a snap of impepho and bone throwing and made it clear that he is all about it.
Somizi explained how the traditional things that many now fear have brought him joy, peace and freedom, and not a single negative thing.
The flamboyant celeb urges peeps to revisit their roots and not to listen to the negative stigmas people have attached to thing just because they do not understand them.
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