- Mzansi tweeps debated Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG and Matorokisi singer Makhadzi's age recently
- The majority of tweeps shared that they don't believe that both the Limpopo-born stars are 24 years old
- Master KG was born on 31 January, 1996 while Makhadzi was born on 30 June, 1996
Mzansi peeps have taken to social media to debate Master KG and Makhadzi's age. The Limpopo-born musicians are both 24 but Mzansi tweeps do not believe it. The majority of the tweeps have shared they believe that both the stars are older than that.
Master KG is famous across the world for his smash hit titled Jerusalema featuring Nomcebo Zikode. Makhadzi is known across Mzansi for her energetic dance moves and songs such as Matorokisi and Murahu.
The conversation around their age started when a tweep @Athabzz posted on Monday night, 18 January about being born in 1996. @Athabzz wrote:
"Master KG and Makhadzi being ma96 is so wild to me but I don’t even know why because what does a 24-year-old even look like really?"
Other tweeps took to her comment section on the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on her post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Did my research and they are both 24 years old."
"But I'm still in denial that Makhadzi is 24, seriously."
"Football age I'm telling you."
"I'm still very much in denial that Makhadzi is said to be actually 24. Unless it's the scorching heat in Limpopo."
"She's 24 like it or not."
According to Wikipedia, Master KG was born on 31 January, 1996 in Tzaneen and Makhadzi was born on 30 June, 1996 in Limpopo.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG took to social media recently to show off his lavish shopping trip. The world-renowned musician took to Twitter on Wednesday, 13 January and shared a video of his first shopping trip in 2021.
In the clip, the Jerusalema hitmaker can be seen putting shopping bags from an expensive clothing brand into his luxury car's front trunk. The artist says in the video:
"First shopping of the year, wanitwa mos!"
The star, whose song kept the world dancing amid the Covid-19 pandemic, is one of Mzansi's celebs who continued making money despite the pandemic. The Limpopo-born muso captioned his post:
"First Shopping of 2021."
At the time of publishing, the 13-seconds clip had been viewed 13 300 times.
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Source: Briefly News