Boity confirms ancestral calling: They called. I answered
Just weeks after reports surfaced that Boity had heeded a call from her ancestors, the actress has spoken out about her calling, describing it as "a beautiful gift that I will never take for granted."
The actress and TV personality took to Instagram over the weekend to post a picture of herself grinning happily in traditional attire.
In the post she described her journey.
"They Called. I Answered. The Proudest, most Incredible day of my life. A Beautiful Gift that I will never take for granted. #ThokozaGogo #KgosigadiDabulamanzi #Blessed#OwnYourThrone," she wrote.
Boity Thulo mum on 'sangoma training' reports TV personality Boity Thulo has remained mum after reports claim that she is a trained sangoma.
Friends and fans flooded the comments section of the post to congratulate Boity.
Her decision also drew congratulations from fellow actress Letoya Makhene, who is herself a traditional healer.
Posting a picture of Boity in her traditional clothing, Letoya wrote: "You beautiful thing! #Thokoza ngwana badimo! Gola Nkgono!"
Boity Thulo sangoma claims 'absurd' say insiders Insiders close to Boity Thulo have lambasted claims that she has received 'the calling' and is on the way to becoming a sangoma.
Last week reports in Sunday World claimed that Boity had told friends that she had accepted the call and had completed her training to become a traditional healer.
"Yes I did go thwasa but I'm not going to practise as a sangoma. This is a very sensitive matter that I don't want to talk about in the media. It's a personal matter and way too deep to be reduced into a celebrity gossip in the newspaper. It's a secret. It's so much deeper," the paper quoted Boity as saying.