The kwaito star came under fire at the weekend after a KwaZulu Natal traditional healer told the Sunday Sun she was “misleading people”.
“I don’t really like to speak about my clients’ affairs in public. But I didn’t like what Mshoza did when she announced that she was training to be a sangoma. I didn’t like this because she’s misleading people and this could paint me as a bad healer,” Thulani ‘3 Seconds’ Nkwanyana told the publication.
He made the comments after made the comments after Mshoza shared a picture on social media that led many to believe was a sangoma in training.
“Yes I didn’t believe in such but it got to me… yes ngiya thwasa… yes I strongly believe in God by all means I pray… Thokoza gogo. Bhala mabhalane keh… it doesn’t take away the fact that I am God’s creation,” she wrote on her Instagram.
Thulani says Mshoza is suffering from a spiritual sickness and she is still in the healing process. He added that he is “disappointed” that the musician is posting lies during her healing.
“Instead of focusing on her healing process, she went on to announce this. A person who is going through this [healing] process must restrict themselves from doing certain things. Failure to do so, has serious consequences. Ancestors could get angry and the healing won’t take place. I’m disappointed that Mshoza has gone as far as revealing this on social media.”
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Mshoza’s management team says she “did not lie” and it seems the drama over her alleged ancestral calling was all due to some “misunderstanding”.
“All she did was fail to explain clearly that uzongena egobongweni is a process that will determine if she must proceed with ukuthwasa. It is all just a misunderstanding. There is a difference between “ukuthwasa” and “ukudla igobongo”, and Mshoza is doing the latter.
“A lot of people confuse the two and they think it is the same thing.” ” Keke Mokoena told the publication.