John Cena is featuring Sho Madjozi's hit track in his upcoming flick

John Cena is featuring Sho Madjozi's hit track in his upcoming flick

- US star, John Cena, took to social media to share interesting facts about his upcoming movie

- He mentioned that he will be featuring Mzansi's Sho Madjozi's hit track in his new film

- Cena's character in the movie Playing with Fire apparently sings Sho's song every morning when he gets up

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WWE wrestler and actor, John Cena, took to social media to share interesting facts about his upcoming movie. One of those facts has made Mzansi super proud.

John Cena confirmed through a tweet that Sho Madjozi’s hit track, John Cena, will be featured in his upcoming flick.

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Sho Madjozi has had a spectacular year making major waves with her music.

Sho won her first BET award this year for the Viewer’s Choice for Best International Act and was later featured on Colors, where she performed her hit single, John Cena, and stole the show.

Since then all her achievements have been a landslide win after gaining worldwide recognition.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the WWE star heard the song and has been supporting the Mzansi artist since. He shared a shout-out to her on social media and even used Sho’s song as his entrance song at WWE. Cena even danced to the song on Ellen Degeneres’ show and has now taken his praised for the singer up a notch.

The US actor revealed that the character he plays in his upcoming movie, Playing with Fire, sings Sho Madjozi’s track every morning when he wakes up

So now, besides winning a BET award for her Colors performance, being mentioned on The Ellen Denegeres Show, her victory at the AFRIMMA awards and other achievements this year, Sho’s hit track will now be featured in a Hollywood flick. Congrats sis!

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About three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Sho Madjozi had recently been featured in the American publication, Billboard, and she opened up about representing South Africa abroad.

According to TimesLIVE, Sho said that seeing a South African make it big overseas makes a difference to the self-esteem of others who look up to them.

"It makes a big difference if you see Trevor Noah becoming a success internationally or Black Coffee.
"It does a lot to people’s self-esteem, like, ‘Whoa, finally these people see us as equals’. It makes a lot of Africans proud and happy when they see you getting that recognition."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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