Sbahle responds to the allegations that Mamkhize is using a snake

Sbahle responds to the allegations that Mamkhize is using a snake

Sbahle has had to come out and respond to rumors that her family is rich because they are using black magic. This come after author Jackie Phamotse went on Instagram Live and started a fiery conversation about wealthy celebrities who have acquired their wealth using dark magic. Although she didn’t name any names she talked about celebs who use snakes to gain wealth.

This conversation saw the recapitulation of an old video that was posted by fitness bunny Sbahle Mpisane. She had allegedly posted a video of a large snake on Instagram, speculated to have been an anaconda. Many were lead to believe that it was accidental as she had deleted it a few minutes later.

Seeing that things were getting out of hand Sbahle took to her Instagram account and attempted to deflect the lies. It seems she saw a guy showing off his pet snake and reshared the video on social media. She later deleted the vidoe but not before people saw it and downloaded it. The video went viral with tweeps claiming that the snake belonged to Mamkhize and that is how she got to be very rich.

Sbahle went on to tag the original owner of the vodie with a small message
for the haters.

Jackie then spoke about the current pandemic that we are faced with and how it had negatively affected people and their jobs. She then pointed out the very same celebrities who complained about not working and not getting any income were able to purchase luxury cars that cost millions. They were also able to book themselves in expensive hotels and trips but we are in the middle of a pandemic.


The author then proceeded to warn people to not accept what they are being fed, and not want the things that they see, because they do not know what sacrifices those people had made to acquire that “soft life.”

Many were lead to believe that she went on IG live to address a misunderstanding that occurred when she touched on Zimbabwean socialite Ginimbi’s death. Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure passed away during a car accident along with his three friends who were burnt to death, beyond recognition.

Jackie clarified that she did not accuse Ginimbi and his friends of anything however it opened a window of opportunity for her to discuss such occurrences. In a series of tweets she pointed out that Ginimbi had bought his own coffin four weeks before his death and fitness bunny Moana had predicted her own death.

“When you trade your soul for money, you are given a time period to enjoy the new found wealth. However they take away your family. & pure happiness.Your death will be horrific. You are also given a vision of your death. Wealth rituals are common and require blood.

“When all is said and done, those of the powers that be, the ones who had given the powers, saw that they failed to give them the ultimate sacrifice, and because they had already sold their souls. Once you fail in any task in the Kingdom of darkness, you become the sacrifice,” she tweeted.
…it is said that Ginimbi bought his coffin ⚰️ 4 weeks before this tragic death…. and Moana spoke of her death months ago in a video she posted on her IG! pic.twitter.com/Tnq7fPy904

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) November 9, 2020

Social media weighed in on the discussion. 

Read more: Jackie Phamotse Charged By The Kumalos

The self-proclaimed former “slay queen” took to IG to engage in a lengthy conversation which saw her trending thereafter. Even though Jackie did not mention any names, her 40 000 viewers drew their own conclusions.

Jackie’s very graphic and detailed video accuses a few celebrities, influencers and ordinary people who work fairly ordinary jobs that do not pay that much but have all the wealth you can think of, for using dark magic to acquire and maintain their wealth.

This conversation saw the recapitulation of an old video that was posted by fitness bunny Sbahle Mpisane. She had allegedly posted a video of a large snake on Instagram, speculated to have been an anaconda. Many were lead to believe that it was accidental as she had deleted it a few minutes later.

Jackie then spoke about the current pandemic that we are faced with and how it had negatively affected people and their jobs. She then pointed out the very same celebrities who complained about not working and not getting any income were able to purchase luxury cars that cost millions. They were also able to book themselves in expensive hotels and trips but we are in the middle of a pandemic.

The author then proceeded to warn people to not accept what they are being fed, and not want the things that they see, because they do not know what sacrifices those people had made to acquire that “soft life.”

Many were lead to believe that she went on IG live to address a misunderstanding that occurred when she touched on Zimbabwean socialite Ginimbi’s death. Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure passed away during a car accident along with his three friends who were burnt to death, beyond recognition.

Jackie clarified that she did not accuse Ginimbi and his friends of anything however it opened a window of opportunity for her to discuss such occurrences. In a series of tweets she pointed out that Ginimbi had bought his own coffin four weeks before his death and fitness bunny Moana had predicted her own death.

“When you trade your soul for money, you are given a time period to enjoy the new found wealth. However they take away your family. & pure happiness.Your death will be horrific. You are also given a vision of your death. Wealth rituals are common and require blood.

“When all is said and done, those of the powers that be, the ones who had given the powers, saw that they failed to give them the ultimate sacrifice, and because they had already sold their souls. Once you fail in any task in the Kingdom of darkness, you become the sacrifice,” she tweeted.
…it is said that Ginimbi bought his coffin ⚰️ 4 weeks before this tragic death…. and Moana spoke of her death months ago in a video she posted on her IG! pic.twitter.com/Tnq7fPy904

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) November 9, 2020

Social media weighed in on the discussion. 

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