MenuEminetra South Africa wants to steal her Ganama. The concept and frankly similarities in the music video of her song are striking. Makhadzi lived herbest life. Singer Limpopo Makhadzi is a rising star in South Africa.
The popular local producer seems to be doing the right thing, and she is very happy. The singer celebrated her latest song Ganama on Twitter, which will receive 300,000 views in 24 hours. The musician thanked all fans for their support on Twitter and shared a great clip from a music video showing the behavior of all fans.
The problem occurred shortly after the video was posted on YouTube. The young artist Tab the Berry accused Makhadzi of stealing the concept of a music video. Piano culture... When talking to Sowethan, Berry found out how similar his video was to Makhadzi 's, and was very surprised.Since then, Makhadzi' s management has denied Berry's allegations.
According to Lionel Jamela, Makhadzi did not steal its popular video ideas. He also advised Berry to work harder to become famous, adding that Makhadzi's name should not be used to reach the top. "This artist must focus on hid skills. He shouldn't try to advertise under my stage name [Makhadzi]. If you want to be famous, you have to go back to the studio and work harder.
The mysterious similarities, according to Easy News, Makhadzi and Berry used the same dancer in the video. Of course, they look like the two artists dancing on the tennis court in their video. Read it again: Let me shine: Makhadzi celebrates 1 million views with Ghana na[See]Is Makhadzi a concept thief?”Ganama” singer accused of stealing ideasSource link Is Makhadzi a concept thief?”Ganama” singer accused of stealing ideas
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