Ayanda Thabethe has revealed that she has this thing of praying over every hotel room she sets her foot in. This is to chase away the bad spirits that might be hovering around them.
Not divulging much about why she does this, she only revealed that it makes her feel safe and comforted to wash away any spirits with the blood of Jesus and the holy spirit.
What Ayanda calls a weird act actually saw other people admitting to doing similar things, if not more.
"It's not being weird you are protecting yourself we live in a very satanic world. Keep doing that it's for your own safety even spiritually". Said @MahlaseMG.
"It's not weird should be done every new space you occupy, bad spirits are everywhere by inviting Jesus Christ in the space it's guarantee that it will flee". Said @sanafelane.
Witchcraft is a thing many people believe to be true and a few celebrities have spoken about it. Skeem Saam actress Makgofe Moagi explained this on her Instagram Live.
"When I was growing up I remember, my late uncle n my village - there was that vigilantism thing where we are going after witches. I remember, my uncle picked me and put me on his shoulders at night. Nine O'clock we are leaving our houses. I'm sure Master KG would attest to this if he was here". She continued.
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