‘I Miscarried From Being Poisoned’ – Author Jackie Phamotse Reveals

Jackie Phamotse, a celebrity novelist and social activist, believes that someone is attempting to get her because she is “too vocal.”

In an interview with Zimoja, the benefactor said that she was poisoned at an event last year and miscarried her unborn baby.

According to the writer, she has received death threats for being too vocal and opinionated.

“I have received several death threats. I have been shamed publicly, taken to court, and most recently people tried to poison me,” she said.

While at an event last year, Phamotse said that her non-alcoholic drink was spiked.

“I got sick last year and had a miscarriage from being poisoned,” she said.

She revealed that she had idea of who might have poisoned her.

“I was vomiting, sweating, had diarrhea and I couldn’t sleep, to a point where I needed to go to the doctor.”

Phamotse is part of the panel of celebrities on episode one and season two of Black Conversations season two.

Other media personalities on the show include comedienne Celeste Ntuli, musician Mqobi Yazo, actress Sophie Ndaba, sangoma Gogo Skhotheni, presenter Rorisang Thandekiso, power couple Tbose and Mapaseka Mokwele and Bishop Joshua Maponga.

The new season will delve into controversial points of conversation, such as black spirituality, black pride, black mental health, black love, black storytelling and black success.

Phamotse is the author of the BARE book series, which made for the most talked-about books in 2017 and 2018 and raked in some awards.

She became well-known in 2017 when her books became a trending topic, scoring her interviews to elaborate on “The Hockey Club” that she wrote about in BARE: The Cradle of the Hockey Club and BARE: The Blesser’s Game.

According to an interview she did with Jacaranda FM in 2018, The Hockey Club is a secret society where young women and men (including celebrities and influencers) are auctioned off to wealthy people. Jackie alleged that it consists of businessmen and women, politicians from South Africa and outside, as well as other business entities.

“The house that I purely know is the house in Durban, the house in Bryanston and the house in Cape Town,” Jackie explained.

In addition, she explained that the people on auction would allegedly engage in transactional sex.

“It’s a fancier way of human trafficking. They make you think that you’re getting things out of it… but they are moving girls around and that’s why you get reports that a girl has gone missing or started using drugs.”

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