What got social media users talking is how Zodwa sings along to the music, her voice, body actions, and dressing.
Watch the video below:
Zodwa WaBantu listening to Dladla Mshunqisi. pic.twitter.com/32rBZsMzQQ
— Musa Khawula (@MusaKhawula) May 29, 2022
Responding to the video, some tweeps appeared confused by her actions arguing that traditional healing is supposed to be sacred.
Below are some of the comments on Twitter.
@ShinobiNior wrote: Soo lost… So she is a sangoma whose a doctor and Shembe with a pint of gqom?? Make it make sense please, too high for this
@ZamaMbatha21 wrote: Exactly.. what is she doing? Traditional healing is supposed to be sacred and respected.. ke eng tsona tse
@FanieDaniell wrote: Smart ntobazana,she knows her shelve life is coming to an end now she preparing how to make moola after expirery date.
@fairy_theone wrote: It worries me that in our African culture mental illness is most often mistaken as a calling and vice versa.
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