- Makhadzi is trying to do whatever she can to protect herself from Covid-19 while performing
- Her gig in Nkomazi had Makhadzi performing alone on an elevated stage where she was at little risk
- Seeing the performance on social media, some felt Makhadzi actually did put herself and all those in the crowd at risk
Makhadzi is taking all the necessary precautions that she can to protect herself from Covid-19 whilst performing. Covid-19 has hit the entertainment industry hard but Makhadzi is making it happen.
Having recently had a show in Nkomazi, Makhadzi made sure no one was on stage with her and that the stage was elevated and away from the crowd.
“My one-woman show in Nkomazi yesterday was successful. Thanks for coming.”
Makhadzi understands that we are still facing a global pandemic and is doing her bit to stay safe. While life still has to go on and Makhadzi still needs to bring in the green, that does not mean that she has to put herself at risk.
Even though it seems Makhadzi had done what she felt was right to protect herself, some felt she was playing with fire. Seeing all the unmasked people in the crowd, fans let Makhadzi know just how irresponsible they feel this was.
“And they say churches are super spreaders.”
“Auntie have you heard about Covid-19?”
“Are you for real... All these people with no masks? @MakhadziSA I am looking at you to enforce Covid-19 regulations. Don't allow the money to make you be seen like you are careless. Get the stats of this area and check it again after 2 weeks to see the difference.”
Several local publications have reported that Makhadzi is dating Zwivhuya Nelwamondo, the Chief Executive Officer at Lwams Africa. The man is more popularly known as Zwi Lwams. Lwams Africa has been sponsoring several of Makhadzi’s recent gigs.
In addition, the Venda artist and businessman have been snapped in the same areas all too often.
It was also reported that Mzansi singer Makhadzi has 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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