- Siyabonga Ngwekazi, popularly known as Scoop Makhathini, reportedly accepted his sangoma calling
- The former Vuzu TV star allegedly had a difficult time because he was delaying his sangoma initiation
- However, sources close to Scoop Makhathini revealed that his journey as a spiritual healer hasn't been going well
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The number of Mzansi celebrities who are spiritual healers continues to rise.
According to ZAlebs, Scoop Makhathini is on a spiritual journey to accept his sangoma calling. The TV host joins the ranks of celebrities such as Zodwa Wabantu, Dineo Ranaka, Boity, and others whose calling has caused quite a stir on social media.
Scoop Makhathini accepts sangoma calling after going through difficulties
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“He is on a spiritual path. A lot of negative things have been happening in his life, only to realise it was because of the calling. Scoop accepted the calling, and he is doing what needs to be done but it’s not easy.”
Scoop Makhathini blasts fake Sangomas
Unsurprisingly, Scoop Makathini accepted his calling because if you were around during his Vuzu TV days, you would often spot him wearing traditional print. He also talked much about spirituality, including slamming people who took it lightly.
Scoop blasted people who took being a sangoma as a joke.
"All of a sudden, every Tom, and Thandi is having a calling. I’m just gonna relax and watch the liars play themselves out. The ancestral lashing will be unavoidable. Jhb folk will bite anything, even sh*t that can’t be bitten or faked. Yonke into bafuna uyenza i-fashion," further reported ZAlebs.
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Khanyi Mbau drags celeb sangomas
Khanyi Mbau is a Mzansi celebrity who has spoken out about the growing trend of celeb sangomas in the entertainment industry. The Young, Famous & African star said many were not spiritually chosen but suffering from mental health issues.
Mzansi agreed with her, saying:
"She's telling the truth. hey."
"Nah, she's not lying. Ukuthi nje we're not ready for that conversation."
"At this rate if asikhuzani, we might all end up as healers. I’m afraid I agree with her."
"With the high number of young people going to ukuthwasa, she is telling the truth."
"Nah it's easy money, just like churches. South Africans are too into miracles, and they'll pay whatever they have to get one."
"This is true. And a lot of these Gobelas also lie to people and tell them they have a calling because they want to make money through initiations."
Dineo Ranaka takes aim at Khanyi Mbau following urban sangoma remarks
In other stories, Briefly News reported that Khanyi Mbau took to her social media platforms and weighed in on "urban sangomas."
She said people must differentiate between having an ancestral calling and going through depression.
Reality TV star Dineo Ranaka responded to the claims by penning a lengthy Instagram post, indirectly responding to Khanyi's statement.
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Source: Briefly News