Haibo: Makhadzi Attacked on Stage, Musician Cuts Her Performance Short

Haibo: Makhadzi Attacked on Stage, Musician Cuts Her Performance Short

- Limpopo-born musician Makhadzi was attacked with what appeared to be a beer bottle while performing on stage at a packed venue

- The object hit the Murahu hitmaker on the back of her head and she left the stage immediately after the disturbing incident

- It is not clear where the musician was performing or when the short video doing the rounds on social media was filmed

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A video of Makhadzi being attacked while performing on stage has surfaced on social media. While the star was in the middle of an energetic performance, an object came flying her way.

Some social media users say it was a beer bottle. It hit the back of the Murahu hitmaker's head. She was facing away from the crowd at the time. Makhadzi had to cut her performance short. The singer left the stage immediately after the incident.

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Haibo: Makhadzi Attacked on Stage, Musician Cuts Her Performance Short
Makhadzi was attacked while performing on stage. Image: @makhadzisa
Source: Instagram

In the 13-second clip, Makhadzi can be heard telling her fans who were still enjoying her performance "bye bye". Check out the video below:

It is not clear when the clip was filmed or where she was performing. Some reports suggest that it was taken at the weekend.

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Impressive dance moves

In related news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi social media users reacted to an impressive video of Makhadzi breaking it down during her recent performance.

The energetic musician's dance moves impressed many people who watched the video. The clip was shared online by Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo, who recently expressed that he just could not get enough of Makhadzi's dance moves.

Mohale, who is married to Mzansi celeb Somizi, posted the clip on Twitter. He captioned it:

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"My fighter!!!"

Tweeps took to the media personality's comment section to share their opinions on the Murahu hitmaker's performance. @MatloleM said:

"She's the best. I remember we will drive to Winnie Mandela at Tembisa to go watch her sing. Her moves sometimes bring me tears of joy and am so happy for her."

@U3rvpqtj6oZXRdN commented:

"My gosh, heeee shooo, those are quite some moves."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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