Ghanama hitmaker Makhadzi warns Social Media Trolls to Stop Attacking Her Looks by Calling Her Ugly: ’I’m Very Beautiful”
Who Is Makhadzi?
- Real Names: Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known by her stage name Makhadzi, is a South African singer.
- Born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, Limpopo, her career began at the age of 13, she garnered local attention after her single “Tshanda Vhuya” was released in 2017. She is best known for her songs “Themba” and “Matorokisi”.
- Born: June 30, 1996 (age 26 years), Ha-Mashamba, South Africa
- Record labels: Belionare, Global Soul, Rita Dee Entertainment, Open Mic Productions
- Full name: Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona
- Nominations: South African Music Award for Best Music Video of the Year
- Genre: Amapiano
- Makhadzi has finally spoken out about some of the negative feedback and trolls she’s been facing in the industry
- The MaGear hitmaker addressed the hate she has been getting for her visual appearance from South Africans
- Makhadzi called everyone out by saying they should stop trying to tear her confidence by calling her ugly
Makhadzi Warns Social Media
Makhadzi has fired back at those who have tried to bring her down after putting her blood, sweat, and tears into her now successful career.
The Ghanama hitmaker spoke to TshisaLIVE about the trolls who have been targeting her physical appearance. She retaliated by exclaiming self-love and confidence in her body and skin, saying:
“Another thing I want to say is that people should stop telling me that I am ugly because I am very beautiful.”
Makhadzi went on to say that nothing can bring her down because the number of people who genuinely love her outnumbers those who regularly throw massive shade at her.
Mozambique singing along my new song tsokotsoko before it drops 💦. I can’t wait for my one woman show and my album to drop 🔥.
Lets meet at makhuvha stadium 🏟 01 October 2022.
— Makhadzi (@MakhadziSA) September 4, 2022
The lively performer opened up about her abruptly cut #SAMA28 performance. Despite spending a lot of time practicing and being one of the best Mzansi performers, Makhadzi’s performance, according to TshisaLIVE, lasted only one minute.
“The fact that my performance was one minute at the Samas doesn’t mean that I am bad or anything like that. My fans know that I am number one and nobody can ever change that.”
In terms of famous friends, she simply stated that the people she works with and trusts, including her backup dancers, are her friends.
After hearing the news, Makhadzi’s fans reacted quickly. Some were convinced she was the stunning woman in the photograph because the woman in the magnetic photos looks exactly like her.