- Makhadzi recently left many social media users lovestruck when she posted a picture in traditional attire
- The proudly Venda lady showed off her gorgeous body in her colourful clothing
- Social media users couldn't help but gush at her beauty while some noticed the beautiful car she was standing next to
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Makhadzi participated in Heritage Day yesterday by dressing up in traditional Venda attire. The Mzansi musician looked drop-dead gorgeous in the colourful cultural ensemble.
Taking to Twitter, Makhadzi shared her beautiful outfit with the world. She captioned the post:
"Venda girl with some sugar"
We have to admit that sis was definitely dripping in some sauce. Social media users were also in agreement that this was Makhadzi's best look yet. Others couldn't help but notice the sweet ride the musician was standing in front of.
Twitter user NkululekoMavus2 said:
"You are on fire"
"Umuhle Makhadzi weeee (you are beautiful)"
"My 3-year-old daughter introduced me to your songs, she's a big fan, I recently showed her your picture with natural hair she was so excited because she also have natural hair, she then said mom I'm beautiful like Makhadzi and that melted my heart so much."
"I really admire how beautiful you are and keep making a lovely music."
"Nice car Makhadzi."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Limpopo musician Makhadzi continues to represent her people very well and continues to break records. One of Africa's biggest music channels, Channel O, had an exclusive playlist dedicated to the musician.
The 30-minute show called Only Makhadzi was dedicated to playing only her music.
This is said to be a first for a Venda artist. Fans kept singing her praises and hoping for a longer playlist next time. However, many were also livid at the fact that she is the first artist from Venda to have her own slot. Peeps said artists from Limpopo deserve the same recognition as any other artists from other parts of the country.
"Our tribe and a few other tribes in this country need TV time. However, let us not use that 'Channel O doing strictly Makhadzi' (line) to make the world think we were so stranded for recognition in the country. I personally don't know what it took for this to happen, but it's a new era now."
Makhadzi has been through a lot to reach this stage of triumph in her career.
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