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Makhadzi losing fans and trending because of this.

Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona better known as Makhadzi a famous musician and performer from Venda,Limpopo seems to be trending this morning, whilst others are bashing her on the decision she took ,others are on full mode defence on her behalf

The President of the Country Cyril Ramaphosa has extend his invite to Makhadzi to come and attend a political event, of which in this case the political party hosting this event is the ruling party the African National Congress(ANC) and most of her fans aren't very much happy about that decision, some even go as far as threatening to unfollow her.

There seems to be seems to be a belief that it is morally wrong that she would accept this invitation from the ANC and President since they form part of the government that is viewed as South Africa's modern oppressor, therefore by accepting this invitation she is support the oppressors.

Others go as far as saying she is committing a career suicide by this and associating herself with politics may harm her brand, she is just being used to lore people to vote for the party but well these are people's opinions and they might be right and can possibly be wrong, Makhadzi accepted the invitation anyways.

But Makhadzi's fan have been on here defence and still are defending her on her decision saying that those that want to unfollow her should feel free to do so, and some say that no one would refuse an invitation from President and they would definitely dress to impress on that day, some see this as a good business opportunity and a norm since different musicians perform in political events everytime and this is not her first event since she has performed with the CIC of EFF and there was no problem there.

This might go on and on let's wait and see what comes out of this is, as time passes by stay tuned for more informative reported news as it happens.

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