- Cameroonian singer and entrepreneur, Dencia, has advised her African fans to be proud of using black magic aka juju
- According to her, Africans needed to stop hiding their use of juju because white people were proud to showcase theirs
- Dencia said these white folks also made animal sacrifices and hung their juju in shops without shame
Popular socialite, Dencia, recently shared her thoughts on Africans, especially those abroad who were not proud to showcase their use of black magic also known as juju or jazz.
According to the singer and beauty entrepreneur, white people in Los Angeles practiced the use of juju full time without any feeling of shame.
Dencia said that Africans on the other hand hid theirs while the blacks and Caucasians abroad go as far as giving their juju regular names like Susan.
She also spoke about zodiac signs and energy and how these whites made animal sacrifices. Dencia advised fans to watch shows like Love and Hip Hop or Keeping up with the Kardashians to understand what she meant.
The socialite ended her note by telling Africans not to hide their use of juju. She said whites displayed theirs everywhere including nail shops, restaurants and more.
See a screenshot of her post below:
Read some of the things fans had to say about her post below:
"I still keep saying it. The òyìnbós get jazz pass Africans. It's just that they don't usually hurt with theirs like We do with ours here..."
"If u want to do juju say it with ur full chest n stop disturbing us , juju activist."
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"If you have lived in Asia you will understand more what she talking about. No building or office without a juju temple in them. Indians move around with theirs. But over here common Festac mask(Queen idra face of Benin) you wear as pendant people will start avoiding you."
"She isn't lying about this though. Check the French quarter in Louisiana the headquarters you will understand. Africans carrying European religion on their heads while europeans carrying African religion on their heads. Simply tells you something is definitely not adding up. Let me stop here."
"Even pastors use juju but they hide under the umbrella of Christianity, ya’ll just out here faking."
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Dencia recounted how she was dragged on the internet by popular blogger, Linda Ikeji, for bleaching her skin as she mocked the Nigerian celebrity for now appearing fairer.
Dencia who is known for being an advocate for skin bleaching wrote in one tweet:
"1 thing about life, what goes around comes back around."
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