A lady shared a picture of her vehicle which she bought early hours of today. The post left majority talking in social media as they strongly believe that such can only be caused by witchcraft nothing else. Her car couldn't survive a day the minute it arrived a giant tree fell on it.
It is alleged that neighbors went outside within minutes they closed themselves inside their home. Without a warning the tree which she parked her car on. Fell straight to her vehicle without a sign of wind. The scene took place in Evaton North, in Gauteng and the pictures were shared on social media Facebook.
These images left people talking as they realized that not everyone will be happy when you succeed. Her achieved brought jealousy to such an extent that people couldn't hide it. Instead they destroyed the same vehicle she thought will bring happiness into her life.
Can you say this is due to witchcraft, or it is just a natural disaster which can happen anytime of the day. Leave your comment and share the article.
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