TV personalities Nomuzi Mabena and Luthando 'LootLove' Shosha have once again been accused of being a part of the illuminati, after posting a cheeky picture of themselves at the SA Music Awards over the weekend.

The pair have both previously dodged rumours that they were part of the all-seeing, all-powerful secret society and decided to have a little fun at the awards, held in Durban on Saturday.
In a picture posted to Nomuzi's Instagram on Sunday, the Skhanda Queen is seen alongside LootLove, with both ladies making suspicious symbols in their poses.
A photo posted by Nomuzi Mabena (@moozlie) on 
To add to the fun, Nomuzi and LootLove captioned the snap: "High society," with a danger sign.
It was all too much for a handful of followers, who rushed to the comments section to accuse them of selling their souls to the society.
"This pic is wrong! Some of us are Christians," wrote one follower. "Illuminati signs! No man, it's wrong," wrote another.
Some commented that the pair's popularity is all down to their membership in the secret society
"Illuminati sign that's why they are so popular shame #Jesusiscoming," wrote a user.
While others were just upset to see their idols following the crowd.
"I was such a big fan of Nomuzi I still admire you. But whether you are illuminati or not. It's pretty stupid to do something because other people are doing it. Really. Lost all respect," one user wrote.
And of course, there is always that one polite soul who can't help but criticise in the nicest way possible.
"Sorry about that but why did you have to put illuminati signs?" one fan asked.
From DJ Black Coffee to rappers Cassper Nyovest and Emtee, the pair are just two of the dozens of local celebs that have been accused of being a part of the illuminati in recent months.