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Tshepiso Makhele
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20 Jun 2016
12:45 pm

Boity speaks about her sangoma calling

Tshepiso Makhele

Boity Thulo finally opens up about receiving the ancestral call.

Boity Thulo. Photo: Supplied

After weeks of speculation from fans and the media whether the Club 808 presenter is in training to become a traditional healer, and many spotting her with traditional beads wherever she went, Thulo has finally opened up about the process she is undergoing.

The beauty took to Instagram to share a picture of herself wearing traditional ancestral clothing, with a rural landscape serving as a background.

“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 captioned the snapshot.

Thulo further took to Twitter to thank all her fans for their support and words of inspiration. “Thank you for the beautiful and kind words of encouragement. The Love will always be plenty,” she tweeted.

Thulo’s fans couldn’t be happier for the TV star and congratulated her for being rooted in her culture. “I wish I was as rooted as @Boity. Must be a special feeling receiving the ancestral call,” one Twitter follower jotted down. “You’ve given me so much courage @Boity. I’ll have to stop ignoring what’s inside me. Ngivume nje. Thokoza gog,” another wrote. “We need more “healers” & less “preachers”. I strongly believe all journeys lead to God. Thokoza gogo @Boity,” they went on.

Thulo tweeted recently, mentioning the importance to knowing one’s purpose. “We are all here for a particular purpose. Your place on earth is important. The journey to figuring out this purpose is the beauty of life,” she wrote.

We couldn’t agree more. Congratulations on your new journey, Thulo.