- South Africans were involved in a heated debate on Monday morning about who the best performer in Mzansi is
- The music duo Black Motion ended up trending as many agreed that they take the top spot amid some strong competition
- Cassper Nyovest and Makhadzi were also mentioned several times by fans who agree that the two performers also give it their all on stage
Mzansi social media users were involved in a heated debate on Monday morning. Peeps were chatting about who the best performer in Mzansi was and the group Black Motion took too honours.
However, the competition was heavy between Makhadzi, Cassper Nyovest and Dbn Gogo.
Take a look at how it went down via some social media reactions:
“Black Motion are the best performers in SA.”
“It’s between Black Motion and Cassper Nyovest.”
“Has anyone been to a Mafikizolo and Black Motion show then there’s Nyovest...”
“Black Motion And Cassper take number 1 spot.”
It's great to see that Mzansi has a lot of performers that fans rate so highly. Congrats to Black Motion.
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that on Wednesday, 7 April, the entire south side of all 54-storeys covering 12 600 square meters of Africa’s tallest building was lit up - literally.
The Leonardo Hotel in Sandton was blinged up to launch a new flavour of Brutal Fruit. The affair saw DBN Gogo and Black Motion taking the stage for the performance of a lifetime.
The mesmerising view was pulled off by using drones. 88 000 lumens (light units) were projected on the south side of the building while DBN Gogo and Black Motion played their sets.
DBN Gogo recently trended after social media users uncovered some information about her.
DBN Gogo's real name is Mandisa Radebe and fans recently found out that she's the politician Jeff Radebe's daughter.
DBN Gogo is a skilled DJ and has successfully made a name for herself in the Mzansi music scene. She's made a few hits, including Dakiwe, which was a festive season favourite.
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