The show Dlozilami helps people connect with their ancestors in the most simplest way. Thembi Nyathi the medium has helped many people in seeking guidance from their departed loved ones but like any other shows, it has many critics.
On this week’s episode of Dlozilama, the famous twins known as Owethu and Owami appeared on the show asking for assistance from Thembi. Their main concern was the strong bond the have which they suspect is the reason why things aren’t going well in their lives. Thembi then confirmed that indeed the need to share everything including a husband is costing them. Thembi through the guidance of their maternal grandmother then advised them to do things individually.
Thembi also touched on their previous marriage. The twins were married to popular filmmaker Mzu Mzazi and according to Thembi their ex husband still wants them, she alleged that Mzu is dealing with them spiritually because he wants them back. The twins insisted that they left due to excessive abuse including attempted murder. When asked the reason for marrying the same man, they said they did it to get out of poverty. They needed quick fame and cash.
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