Tumisho Masha when she laughed and said that the Bible is the “epitome of patriarchy” on Sunday evening!apper Boity, real name Boitumelo Thulo has rubbed-off some “Christians” on the wrong side, including actor
“Lol! The Bible is the epitome of patriarchy. Thoroughly,” wrote Boity Thulo.
Boity Thulo was attending to a question by DJ Mosh when he randomly asked: “What ruined religion for you?”
The Sangoma responded by staying that lack of female voices and representation, especially in the Bibble.
“Lack of female voices and representation especially in the Bible. Also, the journey didn’t fill up the void in my soul the way I was brought up to believe it would,” wrote Boity Thulo.
In answering the same question Anele Mdoda said: “When I saw that the most religious people do the most evil things and just hide it with bombastic over performance prayers.”
On Monday morning singer Moonchild Sanelly whisked in and wrote: “I dunno but am I the only one who’s never read the Bible? I guess bible questions at 30seconds I did have a book of bible stories as a kid! So…”
Former Isidingo actor Tumisho Masha boldly told Boity Thulo that perhaps she should read the Bible more thoroughly, starting with Eve, Sarah, Esther, The Queen of Sheba, Ruth, Deborah, Mary mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, the Samaritan woman at the well, and many more that are mentioned. Saying that quoting one or two scriptures out of context is misleading.
After going back and forth with anyone that challenged his Bible knowledge, Tumisho Masha said: “In closing, ignorance would say that ALL people who practice African traditional healing engage in muthi murder & magic but we know that is simply not true. Even though there are charlatans who engage in the practice we surely cannot paint ALL African healers with the same brush?”
Boity Thulo didn’t take the religious argument lying down as she continued to argue further: “You telling me that book was a record of years of people’s Holy encounters and they barely got 10 nyana WOMEN to talk about their moments with Jesus? Gurl, bye.
When she was told by a tweep that her narrow feminism won’t save her, Boity Thulo responded in not so many words: “In that case…VOETSEK!”
Boity Thulo explained that she has gone through the religious journey, including going to Church, reading the Bible, claiming that she found little to no form of representation of women in the holy book.
“Look, man, I’ve gone through the religious journey. Went to church. I read the book. Found little to no form of representation in there. Not race, barely gender, not a name, not much. I was left with more questions than a connection. And then I found my way. Each to their own.
In showing that she has moved on from the religious topic, Boity Thulo came back on Monday with a good morning and asking folks how were they feeling today.
After closing his argument(s), Tumisho Masha thanked everyone for the “robust” debate. Calling peace upon all of them.
“Thanks to everybody for the robust debate tonight. Peace be upon all of you. I hope you find the answers you are looking for. God bless you,” wrote Tumisho Masha.
In 2016 Move magazine reported that Tumisho Masha made headlines for allegedly defending a pastor of a Sandton church who made headlines in an apparent “racist” sermon.