- Mzansi musician Makhadzi switched up her look recently and it's a total winner
- The Limpopo artist showed off her gorgeous Bantu knots in a series of Instagram photos
- South African social media users loved the new look and showed love to her in the comments section
One thing Makhadzi is going to do is slay. The gorgeous singer and dancer recently took to social media to show off her new hairstyle.
Makhadzi rocked Bantu knots and looked absolutely stunning.
The Limpopo entertainer completed the super hot look with a lime green and black outfit.
Khadzi’s adoring fans gushed over how beautiful their fave looked. Instagram user blessed.lastborn said:
"Thank you and enjoy Queen of my province"
"My favourite female artist"
"Okay it's fine!"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Makhadzi has taken to social media to celebrate a huge accomplishment for her song Murahu. The music video for the track has been viewed over one million times in just two weeks.
Taking to social media, Makhadzi thanked her supporters for the achievement.
"Thanks for 1 million views in 2 weeks."
Social media users congratulated her on the big win while others were curious about the progress of her squabbles with her former manager Rita Dee.
Twitter user sthebeworldwide said:
"That moloi who deleted it must be having chest pains."
"I asked you if you got paid for your royalties, you kept quiet but you are the one who bothered us with your squabble with your previous manager again, we want to know did you get paid hle?"
"The love we have for you it is unconditional. You are simply the best Queen Khadzi. I love you to the moon and back."
"Give us another two weeks to make it two million."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Makhadzi recently took to social media to open up about her futile relationship with her former manager Rita Dee Nephawe.
The Matorokisi hitmaker took to Twitter on Sunday, 29 November and alleged that Rita Dee has not paid her royalties from her debut album titled Matorokisi.
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