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Tweeps accuse Gogo Maweni of “bewitching” SK Khoza


Old social media posts of traditional doctor, Gogo Maweni have surfaced which have social media users wondering if she bewitched SK Khoza.

The sangoma (traditional/alternative healer) has a child with the South African actor. Concerns over his wellbeing this week were raised after the former “The Queen” star was caught in a verbal dispute.

Speaking out since the incident, the actor said that he “was treated in a bad way” and lost his cool. He also denied taking drugs and revealed that he’s taken drug tests in front of his family members.

However, fans felt he was behaving uncharacteristically and many questioned whether this had anything to do with his baby mama, Gogo Maweni.

Many have dragged up an old post by the traditional healer who features on Izangoma Zodumo on Showmax.

In the post, Maweni says, “I don’t have baby daddy issues. All issues were settled in my nduma! The outcome was to leave them with nothing…if my kids don’t “eat” no one eats – do the maths!”

Many linked this to SK Khoza’s dismissal from The Queen, where allegations of assault were said to be the reason for the show parting ways with him.

According to reports, Khoza was accused of assaulting his ex-fiancée, Ayanda “Mandy” Hlongwane, who allegedly opened a case of assault against him.

This led to his arrest and his eventual release on bail.

Meanwhile Gogo Maweni has also been blamed for the end of her ex Siyabonga Zulu’s career.

The Mamelodi Sundowns star defender was fired by his club after failing to attend a disciplinary hearing. His troubles were compounded by maintenance issues with Maweni and he was also evicted from his house.

Now many South Africans believe that the same fate awaits SK Khoza, whose life they say lays in Maweni’s hands.

The traditional healer is currently trending on Twitter, with many calling for Khoza to apologise to her in order to have his life spared and turned around.

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