- Makhadzi's dance moves have impressed many South Africans who watched her trending video online
- Mzansi tweeps reacted positively to the video of Makhadzi breaking it down at a concert
- Makhadzi has become famous in Mzansi for her energetic dance moves and unusual choreography
Mzansi social media users reacted to an impressive video of Makhadzi breaking it down during her recent performance.
The energetic musician's dance moves impressed many people who watched the video. The clip was shared online by Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo, who recently expressed that he just could not get enough of Makhadzi's dance moves.
Mohale, who is married to Mzansi celeb Somizi, posted the clip on Twitter. He captioned it:
Tweeps took to the media personality's comment section to share their views on the Murahu hitmaker's performance. Check out some of their comments below:
"She's the best. I remember we will drive to Winnie Mandela at Tembisa to go watch her sing. Her moves sometimes bring me tears of joy and am so happy for her."
"Mara Makhadzi ke star (but Makhadzi is a star)."
"My gosh, heeee shooo, those are quite some moves."
"I see why she is your fighter."
"This Makhadzi girl is something else... unexplainable."
She took to Instagram on Thursday, 24 December to share cute snaps of just the two of them enjoying a mother-daughter moment. The actress captioned her post:
"Dear Khanz. Look how far we have come my baby. Just the two of us and we have been doing this for a minute now. We’ve had hard days, big days, boring days and days that have tested us... days that never make it into pictures but I look back now with such a grateful heart that none of us gave up."
The excited mother expressed that her bundle of joy has become a strong, mature, funny, fun and intelligent human being that she's proud to call her daughter.
Khanyi also hilariously shared that she's buying her daughter a bicycle as her birthday present. Khanyi's fans and Mzansi celebs took to her comment section to help her wish her little girl a happy birthday.
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