Did you know South Africa-based Hip Hop singer Gigi Lamayne is Zimbabwean?

Did you know South Africa-based Hip Hop singer Gigi Lamayne is Zimbabwean?

Did you know South Africa-based Hip Hop singer Gigi Lamayne is Zimbabwean?

No doubt she got the plug and the bling too. South Africa-based Hip Hop singer Gigi Lamayne saw herself trending after she was spotted in Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. The singer shared a series of pictures whilst she is in Zimbabwe.

However, of interest was about her roots. It seems as if Gigi Lamayne, real name Genesis Manney is of Zimbabwean descent. One of her posts was captioned:

Ngibusisiwe. I’m blest. Tell Credo Muthwa, Tell Joshua Nkomo, tell Dr. Sebi, Tell Sosobala the children of Africa are ready to learn and pick up the baton of our homelands and roots. Tell them we are ready and more determined than ever. Healing is in what we do. Politically, musically, financially, spiritually, the children of Africa are ready. We are the chosen ones. They knew it before we did. Sibongile #Makwande

Despite being South African by birth, Gigi Lamayne always passionately talks about her ties to Zimbabwe.

“I am Zimbabwean by origin. I just feel I should represent Zimbabweans the hardest. South Africa is where l was born but Zimbabwe was responsible for moulding my musical perceptions,” she revealed during an interview with the State media.
However, not so long ago the award-winning rapper and songwriter Gigi Lamayne showered praises to her sangoma journey. Lamayne admitted that her life has changed for the better since she embraced her call.

The celebrated award-winning star left many in disbelief early this year when she shared her pictures in sangoma regalia. Gigi revealed that she had accepted her training to be a sangoma. Gigi revealed that she felt better than ever after finally accepting her call into becoming a sangoma.

My calling was discovered when l was about 11 but no one was sure what was happening with me. It started again about two years ago when a lot of things were happening in my life. It was just strange and physiological things that started happening to me. There were things that l was seeing and l was told that this was something that had been in my family for generations Last year l went and passed for my calling, in a remote place outside Johannesburg, and then l felt better than ever. It’s crazy how spirituality can heal us,” she told the local publication.

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