Unknown Pastor Claims ‘Umlando’ Dance Is A Demonic:
Former soccer player turned musician, Pholoso Masombuka (22) got into music in 2014. He started off as a rapper. He says growing up he liked kwaito and got into dancing and became known for dancing pantsula in Tsakane, East of Joburg. When he moved to the Vaal because he was a naughty kid, he then met musicians who introduced him to hip-hop music.
The famous “Umlando” dance by amapiano star Toss is said to be a demonic dance, according to an unknown pastor currently making rounds. The Video of a pastor talking about his recent revelation surfaced on the internet and it’s successfully garnered people’s attention. The clergyman said lots of girls have hosted the demon, especially the Tik Tok users. “There was this dance that came newly, of dancing with back. I saw that dance in the realms of the spirit. The Lord took me there, I saw how the demons manufactured that dance style, and unleashed that dance into the atmosphere, into the media. So many girls all over the world have hosted that demon,” he said.
In case you missed it, Toss previously had fans concerned after he took to Instagram live weeping.In the video, the former soccer player turned musician pinned the phrase “I need love right now” and cried without revealing the reason for his tears.
Earlier in March, the Umlando hitmaker fainted on stage during his performance and concerns for his health and wellbeing mounted on social media. Addressing the incident in a video, Toss assured his fans he was well and needed to take time out to rest because he was fatigued.
“I want to address what happened, I fainted on stage due to fatigue. I wanted to inform you that I am doing well. I saw a video that has been circulating on Twitter and I wanted to give you an update that I am OK and I appreciate the love and positive energies that you are sending out to me,” he said.