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It's raining R10k. Makhadzi showered on stage with cash notes

South Africa artist Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, prominently known by her stage name Makhadzi, was showered with R10 000 in real money during her exhibition in Fourways, Johannesburg on Sunday 17 October. 

MAKHADZI FANS THROW R10K AT SINGER 

Following the arrival of her most recent collection, Makhadzi was named the African Queen. During her exhibition at Altitude Beach in Fourways, Johannesburg, on Sunday she was showered with R10 000 in real money in front of an audience by a fan. 

Her ex Master KG was additionally included at her collection dispatch on Sunday. 

"Kindly come support me today @altitudebeach upheld by our most loved @masterkgsa … .. #africanqueen," she composed on Instagram. 

The Ghanama hitmaker posted a video of the fan "making it downpour" with R10 000 in real money in front of an audience to Facebook. The video piled up more than 228 000 perspectives. The fan moves in front of an audience with a pile of money that he tosses onto Makhadzi and her artists. 

In the clasp, a humble Makhadzi is seen kneeling as the fan "favors" her with the money. 

"So today I was honored with 10k in front of an audience. Your adoration is excessively," she composed on Facebook. 

MAKHADZI: FROM TAXI RANKS TO TOURS 

Makhadzi went from getting pocket change at taxi positions to huge number of rands on nearby visits to now going worldwide! The vocalist will act in Zimbabwe in December this year. 

One year from now, she will be continuing in the strides of Master KG by visiting the UK and what she thinks about her "little glimpse of heaven", the US. She will be taking on Botswana this week (22 October). 

What is Makhadzi's opinion about going worldwide? Lowered she clarifies. 

"Checking out how far I've come, I battled a great deal when I began yet around then I delighted in what I used to do on the grounds that I didn't begin by making music. I needed to bring in cash through music. I was doing music since I loved moving so I was doing this is because of adoration and not realizing I will be the place where I am today. I feel like it was God's will and he knows my predetermination," she said to Tshisa Live.

Source: The South African

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