- Letoya urged young traditional healers to embrace their calling
- She said it's a blessing, not a death sentence
- She has resumed her practice after a short break
Popular actress Letoya Makhene has urged young traditional healer to embrace their calling because it's a blessing.
Letoya was interacting with her followers on social media when she was asked about her calling, Briefly.co.za learned.
One of Letoya's followers said she was initially reluctant to become a traditional healer because it meant living without "friends, parties, boyfriends."
The Generations: The Legacy star responded by saying that accepting the calling is not the end of the world:
While we do lead rather quiet lives when it comes to our social life, you’ll notice that the ones that are in our space are those who have earned the right to be in it.
I honestly do indulge in and enjoy letting my hair down every once in a while, after all we’re still human.
Letoya added that dating is something traditional healers are still able to do:
Dating is what you need to do if you’re ever to settle down eventually. If your dlozi is strict about dating, then ukuphahla ukhulume naye might help.
Ubunyanga is not a death sentence...it’s a special upgrade in this journey called life. You’re one of the lucky few.
The actress, who also doubles up as a singer, took a short break from practising her calling but indicated that she has now resumed.
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