The Limpopo queen of dance Makhadzi has taken to social media to apologise to her fans after one of her stage photos from her performance in Malawi went viral and attracted negative energy. Makhadzi is a renowned Queen in the music industry of South Africa, besides her magical voice she is also talented with incredible dance moves. All of her live performances are always a show stopper.
After her live perfomance in Malawi, a picture of her showing dark marks in between her thighs has arisen nasty bullies, who are now attacking her on all social platforms. Thus bringing her to apologise to the bullies hiding behind the keyboard.
This is not the first time that Makhadzi has come to social media apologising to her fans for bullying her. Bullying has to come to a stop, imagine the time and effort that she has put towards her career to keep Mzansi and the rest of the world entertained.
This phenomenal dance artist, fought her way up to the top, started singing on street pavements with only less than 20 followers to being the Queen of Limpopo with more than a million followers. How long will she endure being bullied?
As for the cameraman who chose to promote his brand than to protect Makhadzis dignity, should such a person be given more business. What is your take on this issue, was Makhadzi suppossed to apologise to bullies, does this make her a bigger person or not.
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