- Music producer and DJ DBN Gogo had her fans in their feels after posting an enchanting look online
- She tweeted a picture wearing a long black dress, boots and fancy sangoma beads and arm bracelets
- Briefly News took to the comments sections to uncover the most interesting reactions
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Durban-based Gqom DJ and producer DBN Gogo is the latest Mzansi socialite to turn heads owing to the sangoma-like look she recently sported.
Heading online on Monday, the artist shared a picture that shows the pseudo-appearance thanks to the chunky bracelets and matching beads seen on her arm.
"Prada You," the caption read simply with a black heart emoji.
The time stamp on the picture shows that the performer is in Amsterdam, Netherlands, possibly on a tour of Europe.
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Completing her enchanting look is a long black number, black timberland boots and a satchel, while her light brown braids are styled with beads.
Local social media users were mesmerised by the stylish sangoma look and took to Twitter to react to it in kind.
The post attracted nearly 12 600 likes in the short time since it was shared.
Fans astounded by fashion statement
Briefly News took a short trip down the comments to bring readers some of the most enthusiastic reactions to the tweet.
"Yho! I don’t know if I wanna be you, date you or rob you."
"Gogo, waze wayi type yami. Umuhle magriza."
"Sukuma mkam s'kbone."
"Pls Invite me to ur wardrobe I would like to have that coca cola dress nd some sneakers."
Sneziey clarifies sangoma rumours after posting snaps wearing isiphandla
In other songoma-related news, Briefly News previously reported that former Idols SA 2019 runner-up Sneziey has poured cold water over claims that she's a sangoma.
The rumours started circulating on social media after the gospel singer posted snaps of herself wearing isiphandla (traditional wristband).
The star recently shared snaps of herself gracefully donning the isiphandla and many people concluded that she is now a sangoma.
Her fans thought she had answered her ancestral calling just like many other Mzansi celebs.
The star took to Instagram to let her fans know why she was wearing the traditional wristband. The musician explained to her fans that she's still a Christian, according to ZAlebs.