- Sho Madjozi was tired of people always calling her out for the way she raps in Xitsonga
- She shared a 30-second video of her rapping on social media and it received mixed reactions from fans
- Fans weren't too impressed as the majority of the comments were actually negative
Award-winning Mzansi rapper, Sho Madjozi, shared a video clip of her rapping, which received mixed reactions from fans.
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Sho has won many awards both locally and internationally, but some people still think she isn’t worthy of being called a ‘rapper’.
This has been a topic of discussion for a while now. Sho believes she is being discriminated against because she uses her home language, Xitsonga, to rap.
Sho then shared a 30-seconds video clip of her rapping and it received mixed reactions. However the majority of the comments were rather negative towards her rapping.
Here are some of the comments:
Meanwhile, three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that politics can be a sensitive issue and can cause heated debates and discussions. This much Sho Madjozi figured out after a comment in a tweet.
The popular singer weighed in on the crisis that the South African Airways finds itself in and also talked about the looting she believes was done during Jacob Zuma's time as leader of the country.
Soon, a lot of criticism came flowing in and Sho was trending on Twitter. Her fans didn't stand for it and swiftly came to her defence.
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