- Boity Thulo has revealed that she wants to make and sell her own snuff
- Boity said she doesn't have the time to do it yet but urged her followers to start black owned companies that produce snuff
- Boity's fans took to her comment section and agreed that more black companies are needed to make and sell the tobacco-based product
Boity has taken to social media to share that she wants to venture into the business of snuff making. The stunner, who is a sangoma, told her fans that she doesn't have the time yet but she will definitely sell her own snuff when she's ready.
Snuff is popular among traditional healers. They use the tobacco-based product in their spiritual practice. The media personality shared that she wants to see more black owned companies making and selling their own brand of snuff.
"I don’t have the time to do it (YET), but can we please have more black owned companies making and selling our own brand of snuif? Ntsu le taxi ke tsa makgowa."
Boity's fans flooded her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Most of them agreed with her. Check out some of their comments below:
"Ko Limpopo we make our own I think ours is the best quality."
"This is very true, my late grandmother when she still had strength, used to make her own snuif for years and shared it with the other gogos in our street."
"What are you going to call yours when you eventually do it? Do you have an idea yet?"
"Make time to do it sis before someone steals the idea."
"That's true, let's support our own."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity's ancestral name has left Mzansi confused. The rapper recently took to Twitter to share her official ancestral name.
The media personality revealed that tweeps can now call her Gogo Nomakhwezi. Boity tweeted on Sunday, 1 November: "You can officially refer to me as Gogo Nomakhwezi. Thokozani."
Many tweeps took to her comment section to question her why the name is Zulu. They wanted to know why she didn't get a Tswana name after completing her traditional training.
Some tweeps shared hilarious reactions to the stunner's post. They asked for love portions while others asked her for traditional medicine to find work.
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