Patricia Tumi Motsoeneng is a popular traditional healer; who is always dishing out advice and her skills to her fans on Facebook.
Many traditional healers criticised her for giving out free rituals; but lately every other traditional healer is on Facebook; trying to do what they criticised her for in the first place.
Meantime; Gogo Skhotheni has gone one up on them; selling her traditionally made soaps and shampoos; online and her business is booming.
Gogo Skhotheni is the leader of the pack; with her videos and it seems like she is making a lot of money. She is a glammed up Sangoma.
Today she posted a WhatsApp messages; on her Facebook page; between herself and her husband Shange; asking for his banking details; in order to send him money.
She proceeded to send him R20 000 for Father's Day. She then posted a message that she knows others will feel like she should not do it; but he is her husband and father of her chidren.
She went on to mention that he stood by her wben she went to hospital to deliver both her children; and he was also there for her at home making sure that her recovery was smooth after she had gone through a ceasarian section.
Some of her fans felt that her husband is not her father; she should rather gift her own father. Her argument is that he is a good father to their children.
Others wondered why she had to ask for his banking details; something that she should already have at hand or linked to her account after prior Father's days.
Gogo Skhotheni does not need to explain her actions or even post the gift; she gave her husband; however by putting it out there; she opened herself to a questions and answers session.
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