Looking for a snake? Gogo Maweni has everything you need!
Snake lover Gogo Maweni was recently bitten by her snake. This hasn’t stopped her from opening a virtual snake store. Take a look…
South African traditional healer Gogo Maweni — real name Makgotso Lee-Anne Mokopo — is one of the country’s most popular traditional healers. She is also very controversial. When she isn’t discussing turning people into tokoloshes, she is playing with snakes and taking midnight strolls in graveyards. Last year, she shared a clip of herself with a snake curled around her neck.
This year, she has seemingly started selling snakes to customers who believe that snakes bring either wealth or luck to their owners.
An Instagram page with photos of the various snakes for sale has gotten everyone buzzing on social media
GOGO MAWENI NOW SELLING SNAKES?
Most of us would run as far as our legs would take us if we spotted a snake anywhere near us.
Gogo Maweni — South Africa’s most famous celebrity sangomas — doesn’t appear to mind the slithery animals at all.
In fact, the celeb gogo is always waiting for another opportunity to show off her serpents and is now reportedly even selling the slithery creatures to her customers.
An Instagram page which is called Gogo Maweni exotic snakes has been created and already has over 50 snakes listed.
The page also advertises “snake rituals on request”.
Take a look below:
Gogo Maweni open a online exotic snakes store. pic.twitter.com/61VfrNn4vN
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THE CENTRE OF MOCKERY
Meanwhile, The South African previously reported how she was was trolled for the hundredth time on social media.
This time because she shared a photo of her passport alongside some expensive Gucci shoes and a Gucci travel bag.
Taking to the comment section, many rushed to ask her why she wasn’t travelling via broom — an obvious jab at the old belief that witches fly on brooms.
“Why can’t you simply use a broom,” one person wrote. To which she responded, “Because I have money to travel while you are stuck on Twitter msn wegalkuni!”.