Makhadzi Gets Snubbed for SAMA Nomination, Vents About Disappointment Online

Makhadzi Gets Snubbed for SAMA Nomination, Vents About Disappointment Online

- Tshivenda singer Makhadzi took to social media to talk about how she feels about the SAMA nominations

- Makhadazi was not nominated in any category and tweeted about how she felt about the situation

- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to offer the singer some comforting advice

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Mzansi singer Makhazi did not receive a nomination for a South African Music Award (SAMA) and is disappointed about this situation. Makhadzi took to social media to let her followers know that he submitted everything that was required but maybe they didn't like her music.

"I submitted SAMAs nomination forms but unfortunately maybe I didn’t meet their requirements," she tweeted.

The SAMAs have released their nominations for all categories and Mzansi has been reacted to the news on social media. Makhadzi has had a good run so far and her fans are confused about why she wasn't even considered for a single award.

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Makhadzi gets snubbed for SAMA nomination, vents about disappointment online
Makhadzi is upset because she didn't receive a SAMA nomination. Image: @MakhadziSA
Source: Twitter

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Social media users reacted to Makhadzi's tweet and a few offered her some words of comfort so she can deal with the situation. Check out some of the reactions below:

@BiyelaSimtho said:

"Makhadzi, you are bigger than the SAMAS. You are bigger than any artist in South Africa right now, this shouldn't worry you."

@RabsVhafuwiSA commented:

"You shouldn't have wasted your time with SAMAs. You would have saved yourself the disappointment."

@umalambane_zn said:

"Mampintsha said it, Ricky Rick said it, Babes Wodumo said it. Shouldn't be a surprise."

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Makhadzi opened up in a documentary. Makhadzi recently featured in her own CNN documentary as part of their African Voices feature. In the doccie, Makhadzi opened up about her journey to the top.

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Having grown up in a rural village in Venda, Makhadzi had to fight for her place in a competitive industry. She explained that she would walk from the village to the nearest town, barefoot, in order to busk for the masses.

Her usual spot was at a taxi rank, where she would play her music and dance for some spare change. The musician went on to share how she met Master KG further down her career.

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