Gogo Maweni spotted at the graveyard at 2AM
Recently, a video of popular South African sangoma Gogo Maweni walking at a cemetery in the wee hours of the morning went viral, leaving her followers with mixed reactions.
The video shows Dr Maweni walking among the graves at 2am, expressing her love for the peace and tranquility of the cemetery at that hour. However, many of her followers were concerned and speculated that she may be practicing witchcraft.
Dr Maweni is no stranger to controversy, and often attracts attention for her unconventional practices. The reality star has been known to showcase her powers and the sources of her power, which has led to many raising eyebrows. Her recent video has only added fuel to the fire.
Despite the negative reactions, it is important to note that Dr Maweni is a respected traditional healer who has been practicing her craft for many years. Her followers believe in her abilities and seek her help when they are in need. Traditional healers like Dr Maweni play an important role in South African society, providing spiritual guidance and healing to those who seek it.
It is also worth noting that visiting graveyards is a common practice among traditional healers. They believe that graveyards are a place of power, where they can connect with the spirits of their ancestors and seek their guidance. For many traditional healers, visiting graveyards is an essential part of their practice.
That being said, it is important to remember that traditional healers are not immune to criticism and scrutiny. As with any profession, there are those who may abuse their power or engage in unethical practices. It is up to the public to hold healers accountable and ensure that they are practicing within the bounds of the law.
The viral video of Gogo Maweni walking at a cemetery at 2am has sparked controversy and speculation. While visiting graveyards is a common practice among traditional healers, it is important to ensure that healers are practicing within the bounds of the law and not engaging in unethical practices. It is up to the public to hold healers accountable and ensure that they are providing spiritual guidance and healing in a responsible manner.
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From witchcraft to ‘dealing’ with exes! Five times Gogo Maweni shook Mzansi
She has also made headlines for various reasons, including controversial statements and accusations of witchcraft. In this article, we will discuss five times that Gogo Maweni has shaken Mzansi.
“If my children don’t eat, no one will eat.”
In 2020, Gogo Maweni made a controversial statement that landed her in hot water. She was accused of making life difficult for one of her baby daddies by preventing him from seeing their child. The statement “If my children don’t eat, no one will eat” caused a lot of uproar on social media, with many people calling her out for her behavior.
However, Gogo Maweni later clarified that her comments were made in jest and that she had no intention of harming anyone. She also distanced herself from accusations of witchcraft, stating that she was grateful to her ancestors for everything they had done for her.
“Someone is trying to bewitch me.”
Gogo Maweni claimed that someone was trying to bewitch her in 2020. She shared a video of a dead owl that she found at her doorstep when returning home from Botswana on Instagram. She suggested that the bird was a sign that someone had tried to cast a spell on her.
Although some people were skeptical about her claims, Gogo Maweni remained steadfast in her belief that she was being targeted by someone with evil intentions.
“Be careful of dating rich men.”
In another video on Instagram, Gogo Maweni warned women to be careful when dating rich men. She said that they should not be impressed by men’s wealth without knowing how it was acquired. She also advised women to focus on building their own wealth and not to rely on men to take care of them.
Although some people criticized her for her comments, others praised her for speaking out and empowering women to take control of their own lives.
“We’re not on the same level” – Gogo Maweni denies stealing festival idea.
Gogo Maweni was accused of stealing a festival concept from traditional healer Romeo Malepe in 2021. Malepe claimed that Gogo Maweni had used her newfound fame and money to steal his Ancestor’s Picnic concept. He accused her of not giving him any credit for his ideas and of trying to profit off his hard work.
Gogo Maweni denied the allegations, saying that the two events were completely different and that she had come up with her idea independently. She also accused Malepe of trying to use her name to gain publicity for himself.
“I can tarnish him if I want to, but I choose not to do that” – Gogo Maweni buries the hatchet?
In 2021, Gogo Maweni appeared on rapper Gigi Lamayne’s POV podcast, where she opened up about her past with a popular actor with whom she has a child. She made drug-use allegations against the actor, which he had denied in the past.
During the podcast, Gogo Maweni seemed to bury the hatchet and put the past behind her. She said that she could tarnish the actor’s name if she wanted to, but that she chose not to do so. She also expressed her desire to move on with her life and focus on the positive things in it.