SA affronted by report that Sho Madjozi's popular thanks to John Cena

SA affronted by report that Sho Madjozi's popular thanks to John Cena

- Sho Madjozi's fans were resentful with the title of a report on Sho Madjzoi and her track, John Cena

- According to an article by Billboard magazine, Sho landed a viral hit thanks to the wrestler's fame entirely

- Local followers of the muso were not happy and quickly spoke up on social media

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The things that Sho Madjozi is doing with her career are just amazing and admirable. The young Gqom rapper has earned herself a spot with the bigshots in the industry.

Her latest achievement, the viral song John Cena, has become so popular that it has been noticed in more than 70 countries across the globe.

South Africa is very proud of the BET-winner for the way she's been representing the country, like when she wowed the crowd at the Afropunk Festival in the US.

However, a recent report by Billboard on Sho and how she got to where she is today didn't sit right with her fans, Briefly.co.za noticed.

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The publication shared a tweet to promote their story and soon social media users here in Mzansi reacted, clearly feeling quite indignant.

Sho herself had to say something after 'John Cena' trended on Twitter as peeps complained and commented on the article.

Here's what some fans had to say:

@MuloiwaThendo

"Excuse me? Thanks to John Cena? Y'all are dizzy. Sho Madjozi already had a bet when she produced the song "John Cena" she was internationally recognised. Put some respect on her name."

@Johny_Maks

"How John Cena gain relevance again. Thanks to Sho Madjozi. Fixed. Thank me later."

@tshepanglerato

"Sho Madjozi revives John Cena’s career. Fixed it."

@luyanda_mzb

"False. Sho Madjozi already had a viral hit, that was recognised by John Cena. Please give our artists the respect they deserve. K thanks bye."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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