Zodwa Wabantu’s ex-boyfriend is now a Sangoma. The ex-boyfriend of Zodwa Wabantu is now a Sangoma. Ntobeko Linda, Zodwa Wabantu’s ex-boyfriend, has reportedly adopted his ancestral calling. A traditional healer like the entertainer, Linda, who was previously known as a photographer, made the revelation.
He published a picture of himself wearing attire that gives the impression that he is a sangoma. The picture sparked some discussion on social media since it brought to mind Khanyi Mbau’s remarks regarding urban sangomas.
“Urban sangomas. You do not have a calling. It’s anxiety. This is the most anxious generation. That’s why we have so many sangomas. Anxiety is wild. You will hear drums, I swear. Laugh it off. You are not alone. Just get magnesium and a bit of sun B12 and have sea moss.
That’s the only sea you need. I am not attacking you. Just saving you money. Stop buying cows, chickens, and goats. Instead of buying melatonin to help you sleep and to boost your serotonin so your mood is better. Magnesium tablets and lots of B12. You can be your healer,” she added.
Zodwa Wabantu’s ex-boyfriend is now a Sangoma.
Being a sangoma has gained some fame in recent years. Being a traditional healer is a tremendous honor, but being a famous sangoma might get you in trouble.
Some South African celebrities that are Songomas are listed below.
Letoya Makhene graduated from an initiation school run by the well-known Gogo Mulle at the age of 19, at which point she became a sangoma. The former Uzalo actress is a Sangoma, yet nothing is known about the Baby Cele sangoma initiation school. Dawn Thandeka King, a famed Uzalo actor, is one of the most well-known sangomas in South Africa.
Whe Dineo Langa confessed she was a sangoma, Mzansi was taken aback. When she claimed she had to pay Solo Langa Lobola to satisfy her ancestors, she garnered media attention. Also paying lobola for Dineo was Solo Langa, a self-described sangoma. Dineo and Solo both acknowledged having ancestral callings and started the ubungoma process (becoming a Sangoma) in 2017.