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Mzansi's singer, Makhadzi is in trouble as she allegedly owes someone money

By Nhlanhla Maseko 

Mzansi's popular singer got herself into trouble when she did not do what she was supposed to do.

Makhadzi with the real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona is a South African media personality known for being a singer and dancer. She is popular known for being romantically involved with another singer, Master KG. Makhadzi started releasing songs in 2012. She has given Mzansi songs and albums such as MaGear, Ghanama, Murahu and other songs.

Speaking about the money that Makhadzi allegedly owes him, Rabelani Madula said "I run my own gigs on Sundays called The Sunday Service. Between May and September, i was doing these gigs at Cohibar in Melrose Arch. On Sunday, 21 August i booked Makhadzi and she charged me R20 000". 

"She was supposed to perform at 23:00 because we used to close at 00:00, but she arrived at 00:15. Since she didn't perform, we agreed that she'd perform the following Sunday, 4 September. But on that Sunday, she came with more stories. She said she was in Botswana and cannot come back", Rabbs added. 

Meanwhile, Brendon Maseko from Open Mic said, "We know nothing about this gig. We never invoiced him and we've never communicated with Rabbs. It's possibly an agreement between Makhadzi and Rabbs". 

It is so sad to continue seeing celebrities trending on social media due to owing others money. Yes, there are two sides to every story but if Makhadzi did not pitch for a performance and kept on giving excuses then she is wrong. 

She was not supposed to take the money knowing that she already had other gigs on her side or she was supposed to communicate and atleast be honest after coming to perform. However, further judgements can only be made when she told her side of the story.

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