Jackie Phamotse prays deep prayers after Magic claims

Jackie Phamotse prays deep prayers after Magic claims

Since releasing a salacious video on social media in the week during which she shined a spotlight on a number of South Africa’s famous faces allegedly using “snakes” and “witchcraft” to realize success, controversial author Jackie Phamotse fears for her life and being silenced.

In an IGTV Live video that generated over 100 000 views, Jackie said: “I’m not saying all rich people live like this, no. I’m saying there’s alittle portion of individuals who live like this consistently.
They will cause you to believe that they’ve got gigs, they’ve got endorsements.

“They will cause you to believe they’re selling these products that are giving them millions.

“But behind that facade, there are four or five men who are funding this. they’re consistently getting to sangomas, they’re consistently changing friends because the more the buddies know, the trickier it becomes,” Jackie claimed.

Following the video, Jackie made it on the Twitter trends list. Some tweeps called her out for “seeking attention”, while others thanked her for opening up a much-needed conversation like “ukuthwala”. Some even went on to mention who they thought had snakes.

Soon after the video Jackie then took to social media again to mention that folks wanted to silence her.

She took to Instagram and said, “The Bare Nation is a robust man. I don’t even need to say a damn thing. many thanks for defending me, honestly I used to be drained and wish time to wish.
You are fighting my battles and it’s hard I do know. But remember why we do this … we’ve to guard our youth because they don’t know better.

Jackie claimed Mzansi had “weak leaders” which she was trying to try to do her best to assist those she will.

“I promise you it’s painful to be the sole one standing up and voicing out issues but I do know someone needs help. Don’t allow them to silence us.

She revealed she was in “deep prayer” as some people want to ascertain her voicelessness. “I won’t hand over now. I promise, please don’t hand over on me.