Moonchild takes a swipe at fake pastors

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Moonchild Sanelly
Moonchild Sanelly

Musical sensation Moonchild Sanelly believes her latest single, Bashiri, under the London-based Transgressive Records, will take her music to an international audience.

While the 32-year-old, whose real name is Sanelisiwe Twisha, told City Press this week that she was excited about Bashiri, the controversial song is sure to cause a stir. It tells the story of a cheating husband whose wife doesn’t give up on him, opting instead to take him to someone named pastor Bashiri to pray for him. The pastor promises that he can perform a miracle and make the husband faithful again.

“Bashiri is a song inspired by a woman’s testimony in church,” says Moonchild.

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