Makhadzi Muimbi is a famous Venda artist who has been making flames in the music industry. Few days ago she had a performance on which as she was dancing, a picture of her was shot and it revealed her dark inner thighs, the picture went viral, a lot of people mocked her, Makhadzi even went on to apologize to her fans for her condition.meanwhile others comforted her and showed her love.
Deekay Takane tweeted “The fact that @MakhadziSA felt the need to apologize for her skin really broke my heart. That is normal and shouldn't change the way you ,look at someone...it's sad ey. Be strong queen we love you have come thus far, you are loved and appreciated”
Doctor Chaungeni who is a gynecologist said “Women should know that inner thighs to most of people will be darker.
This is because there is high friction in-between thighs that produce abundance of melanin. So the skin undergo hyperpigmentation to able to accommodate the heat in-between the thighs Makhadzi. She is Queen”
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