South African musician, Sho Madjozi, made the country proud when she won the Best New International Act at the 2019 BET Awards. She's the first Mzansi female artist to win a BET, ever.
Sho Madjozi and her fans started the week on a high note - they're still walking on sunshine after her BET Award win.
Sho impressed and bagged the Best New International Act at the awards, which were held in Los Angeles.
The Limpopo-born muso competed with the likes of the UK's Octavian and Headie One, France's Jokair and Nesly and Nigeria's Teniola Apata.
The award is decided by fans, as reported on by TimesLIVE.
Sho not only won this awesome award, she made history by being the first South African female artist to scoop up a BET.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Sho said anyone can be a superstar - even a village girl from Limpopo.
"My story is testament that you can come from any village, in any forgotten part of the world, and still be a superstar. For girls that come from where I am from, which is Limpopo, I just want to say that you don't need to change who you are, you can still be big."
Congratulations, Sho! You made South Africa proud, girl!
Happy messages to congratulate Sho flowed on the social media streets:
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