Sneziey jumps to defend herself & her gogo from black magic claims

Sneziey jumps to defend herself & her gogo from black magic claims

- Idols SA season 15 brought a lot of drama into Sneziey's life

- First she was accused of bullying and now of using balck magic

- Bringing her gogo into it really hurt Sneziey and she's not about to let that happen

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Poor Snenhlanhla 'Sneziey' Msomi has been shaded once again for something she is not guilty of doing.

Being an Idols season 15 finalist came with a whole load of drama for Sneziey and it didn’t help that she didn’t win either.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Sneziey and her grandmother have been accused of dabbling in that black magic ‘ish'.

As if it wasn’t bad enough that Sneziey got roped into the Viggy and Virginia Qwabe drama by being accused of bullying them during their time on the show, now the poor girl's got to defend herself against witchcraft claims too.

According to Daily Sun, peeps claim that Sneziey and her grandmother are the proud owners of a tokoloshe – goodness gracious, what next?!

Once again, Sneziey had to jump to defend herself before things got out of hand. She explained that both she and her grandmother are women of god and do not even believe in such things.

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Sneziey’s mother passed on sometime back and it has been just her and her gogo ever since. Hearing people accuse her grandmother of such things saddened Sneziey deeply.

"I wish my mother was still alive so she can speak on my behalf. I've decided to fight my battles without involving my gogo or any of my family members. This is because I'm the one who entered Idols. Therefore I'm going to fight on my own."

The rumours apparently brewed on social media and luckily Sneziey put the lid on the pot just in time... well, at least she hopes.

All the hate has made Sneziey an absolute nervous wreck! She's even nervous of what may be waiting for her when she returns home after her trip to New York.

"I just hope I don't get killed at the airport because people have shown me nothing but hate."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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