- Nomcebo Zikode has shared that her dope album Xola Moya Wami has reached platinum status
- Nomcebo Zikode asked Mzansi to keep streaming her album so she can become the first woman in the country to reach gold status via digital streams
- The Jerusalema singer's fans took to her comment section to congratulated her
Nomcebo Zikode has taken to social media to announce that her album titled Xola Moya Wami has reached platinum status. The Jerusalema singer also revealed that she now stands a chance of being the first Mzansi woman to reach gold status via digital streaming.
The songstress took to Instagram on Monday, 18 January to encourage her fans to continue streaming and sharing the album so that she can make history. The star wrote:
"#teamnomcebo We've pushed very hard to get this far and now I stand a chance of becoming the 1st South African woman to reach Gold on digital streams and we can achieve that by you continuing to stream and share my album. Thank you."
The musician's album consists of banging songs such as Xola Moya Wam', Bayabuza, Indlela and Ngiyesaba, among others. Nomcebo's fans have taken to her comment section on Instagram to congratulate her. Check out some of the comments below:
"Well deserved mama."
"When God shows up, He makes you show off! It's your turn to win gal."
"Well done girl. You made SA proud. May God continues to bless you and your team. You rock guys and deserve SA's applause."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomcebo Zikode confused her fans recently when she shared a snap of her look-alike Masechaba Ndlovu on social media. The Jerusalema hitmaker took to Twitter on Saturday, 16 January and posted a pic of the radio presenter.
The musician's fans got confused because she looks like Masechaba, who is Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa's spokesperson, in the snap. The singer captioned her post:
"Having a peaceful Saturday afternoon."
Masechaba Ndlovu also reacted to the star's post. Masechaba wrote:
"I see you @Nomcebozikode!"
Nomcebo's followers on the micro-blogging app took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her confusing post.
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Source: Briefly News