- Aaron Moloisi set the record straight and ended rumours that he is a sangoma
- He was spotted wearing white beads by his fans which started a wave of rumours is was a sangoma
- He said that he is just proud to be African and wearing the beads to acknowledge his heritage
Aaron Moloisi, the star from The Queen and Moja Love, has set the record straight on rumours that he is a sangoma.
The rumours started when fans spotted him wearing white beads around his neck which are usually reserved for izangoma or people who possess spiritual gifts.
He denied that he is spiritually gifted and said that he is simply proud of being African and some people call him mkhulu as a sign of respect.
He simply wishes to embrace African culture by wearing the beads.
Sazi Mahlongo, the spokesman for the South African Traditional Healers association said there are beads that can be worn as jewellery but the are some that are reserved for sangomas, particularly the red and white beads.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Actor and TV presenter Aaron Moloisi caused Mzansi to go into a frenzy when he posted a cozy snap with social media star Innocent Matijane. The two media personalities caused the internet to go into a stir when they each posted a picture together with the caption "finally".
The posts suggest that the pair might have been keeping their relationship a secret but have now mustered up the courage to let the public know what is going on.
Innocent Matijane appeared on Moja Love's The Way Ngingakhona and was rejected on the show in his bid to find love. The rejection he faced on the show caused him to vent on social media about how hard it is to find the right person.
In other news, Mzansi’s controversial couple, Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha recently posted a cute photo that left fans with fuzzy feelings.
It’s clear that with all the drama put aside, the pair really love each other. In the pic, a content-looking Babes was in the forefront, with Mampintsha appearing in the background. The pair also showed off their matching tattoos.
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