Letoya Makhene gets paid a lot of money, and the fans are Talking.
Letoya Makhene gets paid a lot of money, and the fans are Talking
The Legacy actress Latoya Makhene shocked many with her consultation prices. The star took to Instagram to announce that she has increased her consultation fees.
She also shared that she will be doing virtual consultations because many of her clients are outside of Joburg and there is traveling restrictions due to COVID-19.
“There’s been an increase in bookings for consultations with me and due to the fact that many of these requests come from outside of JHB and the inconvenience of traveling due to Covid, I’ve had to open myself up to virtual consultations.” she wrote.
Letoya charges $75 which amounts to 1029 in South African Rands. Reacting to Letoya’s prices sandamkrweqane responded: “Too much. Letoya think she run Mokoena Media. It’s gifted from ancestors, not a degree. My father passed and he was charged R0.50”
mafungwasezwane wrote: “There is nothing wrong with your pricing, gogo. They pay more than this to consult laba abamhlophe abakama ngesandla.”
However, Letoya couldn’t care less about those that we’re complaining, she told them that they can always go to other traditional healers.
“We are many in the world. You are always welcome to find yourself, someone who will consult for R50,” she wrote responding to one of the comments.
“Wow. You actually said that out loud. That’s the problem with you people. You will gladly pay this amount to sit in a coffee shop with an ‘intuitive’ to give you a reading that will not even shed light on your life in the way that we sangomas will. But you have the nerve to say ‘only for uphosa amathambo’. Sies. La re nyatsa (you look down on us…My time is precious and if you want it and my dlozi’s attention… pay for it” she wrote responding to other comments.
A few months ago, Letoya’s wife Lebo Keswa-Pulumo rubbished the claims that they are broke saying they wine and dine about 3 times a week.
There’s been an increase in bookings for consultations with me and due to the fact that many of these requests come from outside of JHB and the inconvenience of travelling due to Covid, I’ve had to open myself up to virtual consultations.
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“My wife and I wine and dine about three times a week. Now explain to me how we can be broke if we can afford to go out so much. We can send you our bank balance and it’s quite healthy, There’s a guy who has been stalking us for a while and he’s the first person who posted about this (R2000 bill left unpaid thing) on his Facebook.
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” My wife and I wine and dine about three times a week and we have the usual places we go to. We were made aware of the Facebook post by this guy which we believe was where the rumor started that we didn’t pay the bill, which was about three weeks ago,” wrote Lebo.