- Mzansi celebs have weighed in on Boity's controversial post about the Bible
- The rapper and reality TV star said the Bible is thoroughly the epitome of patriarchy
- Entertainers such as Rami Chuene, Penny Lebyane and Tbo Touch have shared their views on the touchy subject
South African celebs have weighed in on the controversial post by rapper and media personality Boity. They have taken to social media to share their views on the touchy subject about Christianity and traditional beliefs.
The celebrity sangoma has been trending on social media after she tweeted about the Bible as being patriarchal.
Briefly.co.za reported that since her post, Mzansi social media users have been divided. She posted:
Lol! The Bible is the epitome of patriarchy. Thoroughly."
Some of our celebs support her statement while others are against it. Veteran actress Rami Chuene said:
"Based on who Christ was, Christians today would have never understood, tolerated nor accepted him. Christians doing a lot of things in his name, things he’d never do or entertain. Like he’d be bothered by isiphandla? Mxm. Worse, he was not even a Christian."
Media personality Tbo Touch wrote:
"Traditional healers have always been associated with witchcraft. I grew up despising Sangomaz in the name of religion. As my faith in Christ continues to grow. I’m learning more about my identity and God has heightened my spirituality piety."
Radio and TV host Penny Lebyane also supported Boity.
Veteran actor Tumelo Masha also shared his two cents on the matter.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Euphonik is one of a few artists in the world who have been able to perform internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The musician, also known as Themba, has detailed performing in a foreign country amid the pandemic.
The star, along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee, recently flew out of the country to perform for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos.
The star said the vibe is still not normal as he had to wear a mask everywhere he went. Euphonik explained that the parties are mostly open air events, and the staff are required to wear PPE.
He said that he had to sign an indemnity form at the airport, which states he is fully aware of all the risks of Covid-19 before flying.
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