- Makhadzi and Master KG have confirmed their break up, which happened months ago
- Looking at Makhadzi's timeline she has been glowing recently and single life obviously suits her
- She has been killing it on the Lockdown House Party and Mzansi is loving her
Makhadzi has confirmed that she has split up with Master KG and they actually parted ways months ago.
If you look at her social media timeline she has been positively glowing over the past few weeks, single life obviously agrees with her.
Briefly.co.za knows that Makhadzi has been entertaining Mzansi with some fire sets on the Lockdown House Party and her fans are looking forward to her album launch on 4 September.
Master KG came out first to let people know that he and Makhadzi had split up but that it was amicable and they both decided that they needed to focus on their careers.
Here are some comments from her fans:
Looking at her Instagram we can see that Makhadzi is positively glowing.
Earlier, Master KG is having a great 2020. The musician's Jerusalema remix featuring Nigerian star Burna Boy and local girl Nomcebo Zikode has been certified gold.
The Limpopo-born music producer keeps flying the Mzansi flag very high. Master KG only dropped the remix about a few weeks ago but it has already been certified gold.
He took to Twitter to share the exciting news with his fans who just love him for being authentic. While most of Mzansi's music producers have jumped on the Amapiano wave, Master KG is sticking to his lane and he is reaping all the rewards because of that.
Briefly.co.za reported on it at the time Master KG dropped the lit remix. The original version of the song has over 80 million views on YouTube.
In other news, Makhadzi has stolen the hearts of the people of Mzansi yet again. This beautiful songstress knows how to get the people grooving.
Online performance has become the new normal now thanks to the coronavirus. Fans are grateful that their favourite artists have been doing the most to keep them entertained, even if it is virtually.
Briefly.co.za saw as Makhadzi had the people of Mzansi standing up in their homes to shake to the beats of her music as she performed on Metro FM's Get Together Experience on Saturday evening.
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