IN MEMES | HIV cured in three months? 'The Big Secret' left Mzansi shook

28 March 2019 - 10:30 By Chrizelda Kekana
Masechaba Ndlovu says shooting the BET reality show has changed her life.
Masechaba Ndlovu says shooting the BET reality show has changed her life.
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The first episode of The Big Secret season two aired on Wednesday night, with Masechaba Ndlovu as the new host.

And despite the huge, unsettling secrets that were revealed, all Twitter wants is the location of the sangoma who "heals" HIV/Aids. 

The BET reality show, which features people who want to break hidden truths to their loved ones, introduced the world to a young sangoma named Yolanda Dandala.

Her story was that she had an ancestral calling very early in life and embraced it by going to a gobela's house so she could begin her training. Her experience turned sour when her gobela allegedly raped her and gave her HIV.

As much as her story was sad, fans quickly went from sad to confused when she revealed that, after testing positive for HIV, she found another sangoma in Dube, who healed her of the incurable virus. 

Masechaba, who spoke to TshisaLIVE at the private screening on Wednesday night, said she anticipated that people would react to Yolanda's "truth" that she's now HIV free thanks to that sangoma.

"I knew from the moment she said that people were going to question her truth and would not believe her. But then I thought to myself, who am I or who are they to question her truth, or even judge her?" she said.

However, fans were just not having it!