My Muti Story: Thamsanqa Tibe

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Thamsanqa Tibe
Thamsanqa Tibe

In this edition of My Muti Story ex-Dynamos and Black Leopards star Thamsanqa "Gusheshe" Tibe tells a story of how one of his former clubs forced its well-trusted muti.

"Most of my Muti stories happened in Swaziland,” Tibe tells KickOff.com.

"There was a time we went to play against Mbabane Swallows, I was playing for Green Mamba then.

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"We won the Castle Premier Cup using muti. But when the league started we lost four games in a row.

"We were told the club management suspected our muti had been found out.

"All the other teams were now very much aware of what type of muti we were using.

"We had to change the muti that helped us win the Castle Premier Cup. All along we used it to wash our bodies. But now it had to be replaced.

"The following night we were taken to a dark forest where we found two muti men waiting for us.

"The other muti man had six plucked headless chickens in his hands, while the second one had a whistle in his mouth.

"Five of the chicken bodies were then put inside a bucket, the muti man remained with only one in his hand, after bathing in the muti you had to go past him.

"Once you get to him he would scream 'Chest Out!' He would then hit you with the chicken on your chest very hard.

"He would then say "Bend Over!!" and again he would hit you with the chicken very hard. This time on your back. And very hard.

"The second muti man would then blow his whistle and read out your name, that was your cue to go back to the bus without having to look around.

"We won our game that week. Muti worked that day."

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