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Troubled Somizi’s baby mama, Palesa Madisakwane goes to the prophet for love

Actress Palesa Madisakwane, who is the “baby mama” of media personality Somizi Mhlongo sought spiritual advice from a prophet on the latest episode of the reality series which aired on Showmax on Wednesday 1 June.

Palesa Madisakwane explained that she was seeking advice from a prophet because she wanted guidance from her ancestors.

I am a person that dreams a lot, I feel like I’m at a point in my life that even my ancestors that I dream about so much, come to me in my dreams. Most of the time, if I dream of my mother or my grandmother, they are in water,” she said.

The Generations: The Legacy star said that there has been some things bothering her spirit such as work and her love life.

“There is so much my elder. I’m just concerned about work because work opportunities come and go. So that is what has been troubling my spirit. Another thing I wanted to know is that since I’ve been married before, will I get married again or are there no prospects? I want to know about romance,” she continued.

Palesa was told that the ancestor is from three generations back and says that she needs to do everything required of her and they will then grant her all her wishes.

“The surname…the Madisakwane ancestors recognize you because they raised you. So your mother’s lobola was paid in full, right? He also ‘bought’ your surname, right?” said the prophet.

Palesa explained that because she was born out of wedlock, she understands why it is important for Bahumi to change her surname.

“When my mother has me, she was also not married. So, I also belong to my maternal family. I would say my uncles are my like fathers. I was born into the Sebolai family,” she said.

“That’s why I say I do support Bahumi to go to the rightful surname which is Mhlongo but my father married my mother along with her children. He did everything required of him. I was rightfully welcomed into the Madisakwane family with an ancestral ceremony,” she continued.

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Connie Ferguson

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