People were astounded by how crazy the energetic singer and entertainer Makhadzi and her Zimbabwean companion Madam Boss became when they got together.
The British tour of Makhadzi, true name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, is currently in progress. She gave a performance at the JamAfro Festival in Birmingham on July 30 before meeting with fans in Manchester for a meet & greet.
Makhadzi met her Zimbabwean friend Madam Boss, actual name Tyra Chikocho, on August 5, 2022, and the two had a great time. The ZimFest at the Hertfordshire Stadium in London was to feature a performance by the Limpopo powerhouse.
The event's host was Madam Boss, and most of the performers were Zimbabwean artists like Winky D. In Makhadzi's dressing room, the actress and comedian made the decision to act out.
Makhadzi and Madam Boss in the UK. [Image: Madam Boss/Facebook]
Makhadzi was carrying her wig in a video that she posted on her Instagram Stories as she was ready to perform. She accessorized her outfit with a Gucci side bag, Louis Vuitton sneakers, a sleek motorcycle jacket over a black butt rider and crop top.
The two performers started dancing erratically and shaking their behinds when Madam Boss rushed the room. Makhadzi was dancing, her wig flapping, and she alternately leaned forward and back.
Makhadzi's friend dances with sudden bursts of energy and vivid facial gestures. At the end of the video, Madam Boss stumbles and falls while Makhadzi laughs it off.
South Africa meets Zimbabwe [Image: Madam Boss/Facebook]
Makhadzi captioned the video:
I met my crazy friend in @madambosszim.
Watch the video here.
When Madam Boss performed the Tshintsha MaGear dancing challenge in June, South Africans on social media couldn't stop laughing.
She fudged the dance so much in the video that Makhadzi couldn't help but chuckle. She appeared scruffy and filthy like a madwoman.
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