- Bonang Matheba has taken to social media to give a fellow sister the props she deserves
- Bonang showed some love to musician Nomcebo Zikode for being a force in the music industry lately
- The talented musician recently dropped her new album with a fire sing called Xola Moya Wam
Bonang Matheba recently took to social media to show some major love to musician Nomcebo Zikode. Nomcebo's career is on the up and up ever since she teamed up with Master KG to make the global hit Jerusalema.
In the spirit of Women's Month, Bonang Matheba took to Twitter to show appreciation to Nomcebo and her amazing work.
"You're the magic Nomcebozikode!! Happy Women's Month & congratulations!!"
The songstress recently released her single Xola Moya Wam from her hot new album and it's been received with much love from Mzansi audiences. Social media users were equally excited to see the lovely message from Bonang.
Here are some of their reactions:
"Currently listening to #xolamoyawami @Nomcebozikode this is a song and a half, what a wow"
"Happy Women's Month to her and also to you miss Matheba keep shining sis and to all women out there"
"She really came through for us!! I love her"
"She's the best amongst the best, pure talent resides within her spirit"
"Her lasted album is fire ...I LOVE HER"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG has taken to social media to share that Jerusalema has hit a whopping 100 million views on YouTube.
The musician's song featuring songstress Nomcebo Zikode has become a global dance sensation and has kept the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away.
Master KG and Nomcebo, who have both been officially named as young ambassadors for the country by the Department of Arts, Sports and Culture, just keep flying the South African flag very high with their slapping track.
The excited Limpopo-born MasterKG took to Twitter and thanked the world for choosing his song as the unofficial Covid-19 anthem.
"When JESUS says yes nobody can’t. 100 Million views, thank you world, from Master KG & Nomcebo from South Africa."
Briefly.co.za has reported multiple times about the countries that shared videos where they were grooving to the song amid the pandemic. Twitter user @Dominic27i commented: "I've just viewed the video on my other phone to make it 101M views."
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