Gigi Lamayne Opens Up About The Traditional Healer She Consulted When Things Went South.
We hear about it everyday the wonders traditional healers perform for certain people. While others prefer keeping it private that they consult, others are more than happy to share their experiences in the journey of healing.
Gigi Lamayne has been through the most, from depression (mostly from family issues and social media) to leaving her former label Ambitiouz Entertainment and comitting suicide. Trying to get herself back on top wasn’t easy but instead she rose higher than before.
From pulling off the first one-woman show with only female headliners (Gigi Gang Show) to dropping a debut EP, going international and getting nominated for awards. She has been doing the most, and for all this she has a traditional healer by the name of Gugu Ndabezitha to thank.
“I won’t lie, I’ve had another “Gogo” tell me that @SissGugu was not it. My heart told me to consult regardless. If i tell you, my life has changed drastically in such a good way, you wouldn’t believe. I’ve since been preaching to my own friends.
“No I was not told to do this. Maybe I was because now I have a deeper connection with my ancestors and God than I ever have. They may have led me to do so. Prophets, pastors, preachers alike. Everybody telling me everything pushing this way and that. It’s like something was,” she wrote.
Gigi ended off by thanking the healer on a lengthy thread highlighting the good of her work.
“Just thought I’d say thank you on this day of rest @SissGugu you never rest. So many of us young people are super out of touch with our true selves but because you speak our language we are able to learn. I hope God continues to bless you for what you did for me,” she added.
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I continue to grow because of your light. God bless you Gogo. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾Guys let your spirit heal you and God will give you the guides you need to heal.
— #AlbumMode (@Gigi_Lamayne) May 3, 2020