|| Wednesday, 11th of August 2022 || Single Parents || Father and Daughter || Celebrities || Entertainment || Tweets || Black Twitter || Beauty || Family ||
Recently a social media personality named Mark Madzinga left hundreds of Twitter followers when he posted an emotional tweet of what he did for her daughter. He tweeted ''Today my daughter got to put flowers on her mother's grave'' along with photographs of his adorable little girl carrying flowers next to her mother's grave.
Mark Madzinga is an upcoming singer, songwriter and record producer originally from Harare, Zimbabwe. Apparently Mark has worked with huge international artists like the african giant Burna Boy, Fireboy DLM and many more talented musicians.
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