Black twitter reacts to Uthando Nes’thembu Musa’s mixed beliefs

Black twitter reacts to Uthando Nes’thembu Musa’s mixed beliefs

- Viewers of the popular reality TV show, Uthando Nes'thembu, are confused about the man of the house's religious beliefs after the last episode

- Recently the show ended a season on a cliff hanger after one of the four wives ended an episode saying she wanted a divorce from the husband and by extension the polygamous family

- The latest confusion between tradition and christian beliefs follows Musa Mselekhu referring to both the ancestors and praying to a the Christian God

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Thursday night’s episode of Uthando Nes’thembu left South African tweeple shook in an existential crisis as they contemplated the confusion of not being completely certain about what the husband of the polygamous traditional family believed, spiritually.

Briefly.co.za can reveal that in the episode, Mseleku spoke about having a god-given talent to heal. He said this hidden “gift of healing” allowed him to be used by God to heal people.

Then, seemingly incongruously to traditional Christian principles, Musa consulted his ancestors about this gift.

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To add to the confusion, he was also later seen praying for God’s beneficent intervention for his family.

Of course, South Africa took to twitter to react to this latest twist in the tale of their favourite reality show.

READ ALSO: 2nd wife wants out of polygamous marriage

As usual there was a wide variety of reactions which gained traction.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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