Yesterday the members of the Nazareth Baptist church widely known as Shembe had a peaceful march. The congregants were marching in support of their leader Mduduzi "Unyazi Lwezulu" Shembe. They've declared that he is the only leader they recognise and want to follow.
However during the march a woman came to join the men that were marching. A lot of people found it disrespectful as to how she was dressed and breaking protocols of the Shembe church. In this church women don't mix with men and it seemed Mbali was being disrespectful.
However Mbali has done a live chat on her Insta explaining what transpired. Apparently Mbali just loves how the Nazareth's sing and dance. Probably excitement overwhelmed her and she didn't realise she was breaking protocol.
Mbali is such a vibe. On her instagram live chat she has said that before dancing she first asked them to marry her. One would think despite Mbali claiming she loved their music and dance, probably the woman was marketing her self. She wanted to be seen by an unmarried young man there or whatever her spec is. The old man probably messed up her plans.
Photos: Instagram/ twitter
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