- Sho Madjozi is all about giving back to her community, the people who made her who she is today
- Growing up, there was not much to do in her community and this is why she has the dream of building a waterpark
- No matter what she goes through or how famous she becomes, Sho will always remember her people
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Even though Sho Madjozi is globe-trotting, this South African rapper remains true to her people. Her biggest desire is to give back to her community residing in Limpopo. She has chosen an exciting and fulfilled way to give back by one day building a water park in the area.
The area that Sho was born in is called Shirley in the Limpopo area. She is not a stranger to these parts as she often takes time to visit.
Briefly.co.za learnt that when Sho was speaking to TshisaLIVE, she explained that when she was growing up there were not many recreational activities in her community. This is the reason for her to make her dream come true of a water park for Shirley.
She went on to say that she needs to do this for all the people in the village. She loves water parks and is sure that all the people in the area will too!
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With all the wonderful memories, Sho has made it her quest to put Shirely on the map and has never backed down from speaking about her childhood.
Sho said that even though the world is shouting out her name, she only wants to make her hometown proud.
The rapper also said that she has never pressured herself to be something she is not and does not just make music other people like. She puts her success down to making music that she likes. She says that the music she makes is what she would dance while at home, and that means everything to her!
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Through her journey, Sho has had the support of her family and the people in her community at a time when those in the music industry thought she would not go far, and for this she is grateful as it has contributed to her success.
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Sho says that she was fortunate in that she was unapologetic with regards to her look and sound. Behind the scenes there was not much support and people were of the opinion that her music would not sell, and look at her now.
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Source: Briefly News