- Limpopo-born musician Makhadzi has moved Mzansi to tears with a song she dedicated to Lufuno Mavhunga
- The 15-year-old was a victim of bullying and Khadzi was able to relate to her plight after suffering the same
- The musician wrote a heartfelt song showing the pain that bullied victims go through
The family of 15-year-old Lufuno Mavhunga laid her to rest over the past weekend. Her heartbreaking story moved a lot of people in Mzansi, including Limpopo-born musician Makhadzi, who dedicated a song about her own experience with bullying.
Makhadzi released the song called Muvhiki Wanga and its emotional message left many in tears. As a victim of bullying herself, Makhadzi had firsthand experience of how Lufuno must have felt.
While performing the song, Makhadzi took a minute to explain what inspired her to write it. She shared that her experience with being bullied through her entire life motivated her to pen the sad song.
Some of the lyrics of the song include:
"My nose is ugly and I took after my aunt. Yourself stop reminding me. My nose I know it and I love it... Stop reminding me about my head I know about... Stop reminding me about my body I know it..."
Social media users shared their thoughts on the song:
"Makhadzi is very humble, down to earth but very hard working, every song she touches turns to a hit."
"I love this."
"And I like your ugly nose."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported Makhadzi has had enough of people trolling her and being nasty on the internet. The singer decided that this time she was going to hit back and not let them get away with it.
Twitter user @Shabzen shared a picture of Makhadzi chilling with Mampintsha and captioned the snap:
"For a minute, I thought it was photoshopped."
The picture went viral as nasty comments were shared. The singer usually turns the other cheek, but this time, she decided to clap back and defend herself. Her fans were happy to see the entertainer taking control of the unfortunate situation. Nicely done, Khadzi.
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Source: Briefly News