Sho Majozi, the John Cena hitmaker has ventured into fashion and came up with a cultural attire fashion wear for kids. And the kids fashion wear is some of her signature dressing code that will mostly see her in on her music videos, the Tsonga Xibhelana clothing.
Madjozi is well known for making catchy music, and furthermore embracing African culture and her colourful personal style, and many of her fans are mostly kids that she has decided to create this traditional attire for them. Now the kids are in for a treat from the musician.
According to News24 media publication, the John Cena hitmaker has launched at children's traditional clothing range just in time for heritage day. Her traditional range features traditional clothing items inspired by Tshivenda, Xitsonga and Sepedi cultures. Her range include items like the Xibhelani skirt, Vusenga bracelets, and traditional doek, and all this caters for children age 4 to 12 years old.
According to the publication, it has been published at on their website all the products are made locally and more cultures will be added to the clothing collection as Time goes.
"How many heritage project gives children an opportunity to celebrate their wonderful cultures while also supporting the women who make traditional attire. Kids are free to explore any culture daylight and all the proceeds will go directly to the women makers," reads a statement from their website.
"As it grows, we hope to include more ethnic groups and styles. For now, happy heritage day! To the future stars, you are so worth it, and long live the beauty and creativity of those who came before us," further reads the statement on the website according to News24.
Taking to Twitter social media platform, the musician announced on Tuesday that there are only two days to shop the collection before orders for heritage day closes, which means today only one day left to order yours before heritage day.
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