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DJ Sbu Need Serious Help His losing it

  The DJ and entrepreneur shared another photo of himself  dirty like a homeless person dressed in filthy clothes. Social media users are worried about his well-being.


South Africans think that he  really need psychological healing rather than spiritual healing. Recently, DJ sbu was trending for hugging trees, which left many shocked. But he only explained at a later stage that he is on a spiritual journey.


The spiritual journey he has embarked on is one which he is willing to go through openly and honestly, regardless of people's opinions, he said .


The DJ,  is no stranger to controversy and backlash on social media, he found himself on the list of trending topics in Mzansi and got mixed reactions . Now he posts pictures of himself in dirty clothes like a homeles person to make matters worse he hugges  trees and suggests that People 'hug a tree to live and connect better with themselves.


But many found this strange and disagreed with his advice.


Whether it is African spiritual healing or seeking attention through madnes, many people are worried and suggest that the DJ should seek professional help. Saying that he can't deal with himself since he was fired from TV as a presenter and moving to enterprenuership. His journey is not an easy one,mentally.


Strange things never stop amusing South Africans, but as for DJ sbu, he is at the front of everything.  


By Nelson Abasi 


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