- Dineo and hubby Solo Langa have opened up about their spiritual journey
- The couple has revealed that after accepting their ancestral callings as sangomas, they went through their individual journeys
- Dineo said she was grateful to have a supportive husband who also understood what she was going through.
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One of Mzansi's fave couples, Dineo and hubby Solo Langa, have opened up about their spiritual journey.
The couple, who got married last year, have revealed that after accepting their ancestral callings as sangomas, they went through their individual journeys but as a couple.
Solo revealed that from a young age he's always known that he had a gift to explore. The rapper said accepting his spiritual calling was a difficult decision.
Dineo, former The Queenstar, said she had gone to consult about a totally different issue when she found out she had the calling.
"While that was addressed, then came this very heavy block of 'Hey, you are gifted fanele o yo twasa'. My mind went spinning because I was like, 'What do you mean? It couldn't be. I don't know if this is a thing for me'. It took such a long time for me to accept it - because there's you finding out and then there's you accepting it."
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The stunner said she was grateful to have a supportive husband who also understood what she was going through.
Briefly.co.za reported that the two lovebirds were gearing up to give fans lots of fun content on their very own YouTube channel. The Langas made the exciting announcement on their first wedding anniversary.
Boity Thulo has also opened up about her journey to becoming a sangoma. The rapper said she wasn't doing it to get attention.
The Bakae hitmaker explained that she didn't have any regrets about letting people in on her spiritual transition.
The reality TV star said her story inspired many people, especially young girls who are on their journeys to find themselves themselves as well.
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