19 October 2021
The African Queen has done wonder yet again. Makhadzi previously performed in Zimbabwe, Harare where the hoster on the event decided to double her payment by 5. She was supposed to make R300 000 and she ended up making R1 500 000.
This time again when she was performing in Botswana she ended up making an extra R10 000.
She was in the middle of the performance some guy entered the stage and started throwing some banknotes.
Makhadzi posted a video on her social media and according to her, it amounted to R10 000. She captioned the video with "so today I was blessed with R10K on stage. Your love is too much".
Find the video at this link:
The followers in the comments section congratulated her and told her that she deserved it all she is doing good music.
Apart from being an artist, Makhadzi is known and applauded for her authenticity. She is one of the artists who remain true to themselves.
Unlike those artists with attitude and shows rude behavior towards their fans. You remember that she shared a picture of herself in an outfit for all traditional attires during Heritage day. Her purpose was to share the love with all South Africans regardless of their ethnicities.
She also recorded a song for the late Lufhuno Mavhungu, a teenager who took her life after being bullied.
Makhadzi does deserve all the good things coming her way.
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