- Boity took to social media to share how to get rid of the bad vibes that toxic friends might bring you through her ancestral calling
- She schooled Mzansi using different African spiritual terms to cleanse yourself from bad juju from fake friends
- The media personality shared that once you do all these things you will be fine
Media personality and rapper Boity Thulo got deep about ancestors on social media this morning. The star shared pieces of her ancestral calling with her followers in her latest posts. She gave Mzansi a crash course on what not to blame the ancestors for.
Seemingly, Boity had been betrayed by one of her friends. She shared that the ancestors will always disappoint you when it comes to friends you thought were "the ones".
In one of her posts, Boity gave suggestions on how to deal with bad the bad vibes that toxic friends might put into your life.
Boity shared a four-step traditional remedy to cast out the bad vibes. The first is to "phahla" which is to detox toxins from the body, through step two "geza" which is to wash. The third step is to "gapa" which is to expel toxins through the mouth. Lastly, Boity said to "futha" which means to inhale the remedy through steaming or smoke.
The rapper and "Own Your Throne" star said that once you do all of these things:
"You will be fine."
Another valuable lesson that Boity gave her followers was that just like God, the ancestors do not simply just give. You need to work hard for it just as you would to gain other blessings.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thishiwe Ziqubu and Mandisa Nduna have called it quits. It seems that things ended in tears for one of Mzansi's favourite couple Thishiwe Ziqubu and Mandisa Nduna. The pair, who were crowned the cutest couple at the Feather Awards, have called it quits.
Thishiwe took to social media to break the news. She said that the couple broke up "a while back" and she was making the revelation because of the love and support they have received while together.
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