- Makhadzi has a new album dropping soon but it seems the excitement has gotten the better of her
- 2020 has been a lot so it has taken Makhadzi longer than expected for this album to drop
- Makhadzi announced that her new album will be dropping on 9 September and the whole of social media was confused
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Makhadzi has a new album dropping soon but it seems the excitement has gotten to her because not even she knows what date it will actually be dropping. Shame sis, we understand that life gets away from us at times.
It is that time of the year where artists are dropping new albums just in time for the festive season. There is literally a new album dropping every week, and we love it.
Briefly.co.za, like everyone else who saw the post, was hella confused by Makhadzi’s album drop date post that she recently made on social media. 2020 has been something else, but we are sure time travel has not been clocked just yet.
Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known professionally as Makhadzi, is a South African singer. She is best known for her songs Tshanda Vhuya and Matorokisi, and fans just cannot wait to see what this new album drop will serve.
Taking to social media to apologise for the delay, Makhadzi announced that her new album will be dropping on 9 September – sis, but it is already 30 September?
“9 September am dropping my album am sorry for delaying you guys.”
Fans took to the comment section to let Makhadzi know that she might have gotten her months a little mixed up. Shame, 2020 has been a ride so we can’t really blame her for not even realising that September has flashed before our eyes.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South Africans are seeing red as local muso, Makhadzi, is claiming that she is being mistreated by her manager, Rita Dee.
According to Makhadzi, she worked hard and accumulated about R1 million in December but hasn't been paid yet. Briefly.co.za noticed that Makhadzi wasn't being mean when she spoke up. She seemed to just be desperate to get what's hers.
"I wanted to buy something today [but] I waited, [I] promised the seller that I will pay in hour's time because I knew my manager used to switch off her phone but she will soon get back to me.”
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