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Former Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP Goodrich Gardee has joined hundreds of people in slamming celebrity sangoma Gogo Maweni. This after the traditional healer advertised her “love potions” online which allegedly help woman control the behaviour of men.

According to Gardee — and hundreds of other social media users — Gogo Maweni should be using her powers for the greater good of society and not for “witchcraft”.

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Godrich Gardee drags Gogo Maweni over her love potions

South African social media users were quick to slam celebrity sangoma Lee-Anne “Gogo Maweni” Mokopo.

This after she advertised products to ladies to help them enchant their boyfriends/husbands has left many with a bad taste in their mouths.

According to many of them Maweni is promoting witchcraft. This appears to be a sentiment that former EFF MP Godrich Gardee agrees with.

Gogo Maweni's medicinal herbs are being slammed online. Images via Twitter: @gogomaweniGogo Maweni's medicinal herbs are being slammed online. Images via Twitter: @gogomaweni
Gogo Maweni’s medicinal herbs are being slammed online. Images via Twitter: @gogomaweni

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Taking to Twitter, Gardee slammed Maweni for selling love potions made with herbs that are meant for healing and not for enchanting.

He also said that the love potions are a misrepresentation of the practice of traditional healing.

“Herbs are for sickness and not witchcraft. It is scam to present herbs as magic for luck or to stop bullets entering your body or a love potion. Such misrepresentation perpetuates stereotypes and adverse narratives against traditional healing. This is fraud,” he said.

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A scathing clapback

His post evidently did not sit well with Maweni who wasted no time clapping back at the outspoken politician.

“When you’ve studied your craft in depth, you don’t argue with people who dabble in your field of expertise as a hobby,” she said.

Meanwhile traditional healer Nkhensani Tembe told TshisaLive that love potions are dangerous and can harm a persons organs when consumed.

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