Makhadzi: Master KG and I are like brother and sister.

Makhadzi: master KG and I are like brother and sister.

“What happened between Master KG and I is, we decided to be a brother and sister. We are OK. We are cool,” she said.
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Even though Limpopo-born musicians and former couple Master KG and Makhadzi have publicly been apart for months, fans are still having a hard time accepting their break up.

Both are immensely successful individuals, but some fans are yet to get over their break up. Taking to her Facebook Live r

Makhadzi clarifies the facts about her relationship with Master KG.

“What occurred between Master KG and myself is that we agreed to be siblings. We’re OK. “We’re fine,” she stated.

Chrizelda Kekana is a reporter for the entertainment industry.

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Makhadzi and Master KG used to date, but they are now “just pals.”

Makhadzi and Master KG used to date, but they are now “just pals.”

Fans are still having a hard time embracing the breakup of Limpopo-born performers and former couple Master KG and Makhadzi, despite the fact that they have been publicly separated for months.

Despite the fact that they are both quite famous people, some admirers have yet to recover from their breakup. Taking to Facebook Live, she expressed her dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs.

“What occurred between Master KG and myself is that we agreed to be siblings. We’re OK. We’re fine,” she added before adding that fans must accept this because she has moved on and has a “jealous” lover.
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The Makhadzi nation has gone all out to support their queen, who has been winning this year.

With her album Kokovha, she was named the most streamed female artist on Apple Music earlier this month.

For Women’s Month, Apple Music created a Visionary Women Campaign, highlighting Kokovha as the most-streamed Mzansi Female Album in South Africa in 2021.

“It’s a fantastic thing, especially considering where I started. I didn’t start at the taxi stand with the intention of one day being on Apple Music’s top charts; rather, I started there to prove that God exists and that people value me and my music.”

“I believe people have fallen in love with my melodies, and I make it a point to sing my songs exactly as they are written. That, I believe, is what makes people fall in love with my music,” Makhadzi said at the time to TshisaLIVE.

She declared last week that she had finally bought a home after building homes for her mother, father, and grandfather.