K.O sees that we necessary to keep young South Africans from the dangers of ‘dark magic’.

K.O sees that we necessary to keep young South Africans from the dangers of ‘dark magic’.


Rapper Ntokozo “K.O” Mdluli took to Twitter with a warning, saying that SA must be more proactive in steering our youth faraway from the risks of voodoo and “umuthi”.

After businesswoman and influencer Jackie Phomoste accused celebs of using snakes to urge further in life, the web has been abuzz about dark magic and therefore the lengths people will attend to realize their dreams.

In the most up-to-date news from the Supa Dupa hitmaker, K.O aired his concerns for young South Africans.

The musician and producer said that there are people that will do anything to realize success and wealth, maybe even address the dark side for a few assistance. He warned naive, young hopefuls that not every golden opportunity out there’s because it seems.

“Yoh! This brewing conversation about umuthi/voodoo and a few of the taboo things men and ladies resort to out of desperation for wealth/good life has me completely dumbfounded and shaken. children protect your energy and souls, Not everything that glitters is gold,” tweeted K.O.


Tweeps could relate to the star’s sentiments. Here are a number of the tweets thereto effect.


The musician often has advice for young up and comers who strive for fulfillment .

In a Twitter thread, the star said that the show business isn’t for the faint-hearted, despite his deceivingly “meek” appearance.

“My meekness & smile make ’em think the sport is straightforward. Still mad folks that hate my entire existence outchea, I went against the grain to guard my legacy and brand once they tried to urge me tf outta here! God’s favor (is) the sole reason I’m still standing.

All new/up & coming artists ingest this into your system pronto: you’re not made for this game if you can’t handle pressure, ‘hate’, critics, bad press, fake love, fake news about you etc … this industry is certainly not for the fainthearted, trust me I know! Stay prayed up always,” wrote K.O.