- Minnie Dlamini-Jones made Nandi Madida a little emotional the other day when she sent her a clip of her very first album
- Nandi recorded this album when she was only 14 and it meant so much to her that Minnie actually bought it
- Taking to social media with a clip of the album, Nandi reflected on her journey
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Minnie Dlamini-Jones made Nandi Madida a little emotional the other day when she sent her a clip of her very first album. Seeing something like this hit Nandi hard and reminded her of just how far she has come.
Nandi recorded this album when she was only 14 and it meant so much to her that Minnie actually bought it. Memories like these are priceless and friends like Minnie are too.
Taking to social media with a clip of the album, Nandi reflected on her journey. While she has come a long way and is undeniably successful, Nandi worked hella hard to get from that album to where she is today.
“@MinnieDlamini sent me this the other day (we’ve known each other since we were kids), it was an album I recorded at 14 years old. The following year I was on a kids show on SABC 2 called Bling! as a TV host.. I just got reminded what overnight success looks like. Thanks Minnie ❤️❤️✨ #Manifestation #GodListens”
Nandi is a South African singer, actress, model and television presenter born in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She has become a household name and a pillar of motivation for many.
There is no denying that Nandi is a total boss babe who manages to smash anything she sets her mind to. No matter what hurdle Nandi has been faced with she has always come out on top and kept it classy whilst doing so.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nandi Madida is making power moves as she revealed on Twitter that she had recently met with the creator and CEO of the platform, Jack Dorsey.
The singer mentioned that she was honoured to have had the opportunity to meet with the social media executive and inspired to have had a glimpse into the community he's built. The homegrown songstress is making Mzansi proud and getting her message to go global.
The singer reportedly spoke about body positivity which is also the main theme of her new song, Organic.
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