Amazulu and Bongi Ntuli’s supporters took to social media this week to reveal that the soccer star may have died from muthi and not from cancer.
@SthembiD said: “A friend was saying that. He said there is some muthi that if eaten it usually appears as cancer.”
She added: “We should really be careful of who we keep around these days…I hate family gatherings etc. because of stuff like these.”
Ntuli made headlines in September this year when he married Amazulu Football Club CEO Sinenjabulo “Sne” Zungu.
Zimoja reported in May that Zungu and the club’s striker tied the knot in a traditional ceremony on Sunday, 28 May with family and close friends.
@londaWorldwide believes Ntuli’s enemies were jealous he got married: “Yhuuu some people can be so evil hey, probably jealous that he recently got married.”
The club revealed in a statement that Ntuli passed away from an aggressive form of cancer.On my wedding day, they sent my wife’s cousins to come tell me that I shouldn’t take/accept food from anyone except them. “Siphila Ezweni Labantu.”
@ZuluNation_Ngid: “People are very much educated nowadays and they don’t understand that there’s something called witchcraft, I understand them.”
@IamShadyMxo: “Yey I didn’t wanna say much kodwa, “there’s something that’s hitting water here.”
@Sjivvo: “Questionable cancer this is – took a life in less than 100 hrs – New cancer, I guess. The postmortem must be performed on the deceased. I’m not convinced either.”
@sphamindlos: “Kazi kahle kahle kwenzakaleni ngoBongi ngoba le eye cancer ye 1 week doesn’t make sure. “siphila ezweni labantu”…let that sink.”