Makhadzi, a high-flying singer and performer, sustained injuries after falling during a performance over the weekend and hitting her head on a speaker. She is currently recovering from her injuries.
Because of the serious injury she sustained on Saturday, Makhadzi's doctor urged her to postpone any upcoming performances and give her body some much-needed downtime instead.
The Limpopo songstress performed Ghanama in Swaziland in a video that she uploaded to Facebook. In the video, she had her back to the audience as she faced her band and dancers. She was walking normally when all of a sudden, she became unbalanced and lurched backwards before she tripped and fell to the ground with a horrible thud.
Her head hit the speaker that was behind her, and she held onto it while she writhed in agony on the ground. She struggled to get up, but one of the other dancers ran over to assist her and get her back on her feet.
She said in a Facebook post:
Sorry for the busy schedule today; however, I had a minor accident last night during a performance in which I severely struck my head on a speaker, as shown in the video that is included below.
Sadly, I had to postpone all of my performances for the day in order to follow the doctor's advise and relax.
I should be able to return to work tomorrow and change clothes with you before I see you again.
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