- Makhadzi recently bagged gold status after 11 long and hard years in the Mzansi music industry
- Taking to social media Makhadzi expressed her gratitude and shed some light on her journey
- Makhadzi held her gold plaque with great pride and shared the incredible news with all of her fans
The queen of Bolobedu music, Makhadzi, has finally reached gold status for her single Murahu, the first time in 11 years in the industry. There is no denying that Makhadzi deserves this accolade, she is a phenomenal songstress.
Taking to social media with the utmost pride and gratitude, Makhadzi shared the amazing news with her fans. Makhadzi feels extremely blessed to have finally reached gold status. It has been a long time coming and definitely worth the wait.
Makhadzi shared a picture of herself with her gold plaque and expressed her pure excitement. She could not put down in words just how grateful she feels.
“After 11 years of singing I just received my first gold status. Khadzinatorrrrrsss!!! Murahu ft Mr Brown has reach gold as a single... I am speechless and happy at the same... please help me to celebrate, my dream came true vhathu vhanga.”
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Makhadzi and let her know just how deserving she is. Gold status mama, you did it!
“Congratulations Queen and Mr Brown.”
“Keep shining darling... congratulations.”
“Congratulations. You deserve it”
If you are a fan of South African music, Makhadzi is one of the names that you cannot miss out. The latter wowed most people within the country and beyond because of how good her style is. Her songs have gained popularity in Venda weddings.
Makhadzi is an iconic South African star who is passionate about her style of music. The energy and hype that her hits create are worth dying for. Her hard work and passion are written all over her facade and for the past couple of years she has blessed her fans with amazing hits.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi singer Makhadzi had been doing the most lately and she bagged herself a special Valentine's Day performance.
Makhadzi took to social media to share how much she enjoyed doing the performance.
"I dream big and challenge myself. I rehearsed very hard for this live session. I love it very much and I also wish you guys the best in your relationships," said Makhadzi.
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Source: Briefly News