Phakade Lami went crazy at her graduation

Phakade Lami went crazy at her graduation

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Nomfundo Moh’s graduation ceremony will go down as one of the most iconic graduations we’ve ever witnessed.

The songstress recently graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Worker from the University of Kwazulu-Natal (UKZN). Her graduation was a double win for her as she was presented with a double-platinum plaque for her hard work.

Her hit song Phakade Lami, has reached over 9.5 million streams on YouTube and 3 million streams on Spotify. When her management surprised her with the plaque, Nomfundo couldn’t contain her excitement.

Her hit song, Soft Life, played as she walked on stage, and her fellow graduates were on their feet, singing along with her. After she walked off stage, her management presented her with the plaque, and she was overcome with emotion.
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The video has brought several social media to tears as it was a beautiful moment to watch. She said she would share the story with future generations. Taking to her Instagram account the Phakade Lam’ hitmaker penned a heartfelt note where she expressed her gratitude for her achievements.

“In our dreams, we remain unshaken, we will knock, and knock, and knoooock baze bavule💯🧡 #softlife #nathisiyayifuna. I’m super grateful for the love you’ve shown me🥺.. I feel like I’m serving my purpose. People are inspired and are ready to fetch their lives, the soft life they deserve, to be exact.. Blessings upon blessings MohFam, may all your efforts to better your lives be a success.”

 

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Nomfundo’s hit song Soft Life has become a household name and it has a touching message. The song talks about opening doors for others so they can also have a better life.

According to Sunday World, Nondu said the song was inspired by where she hails from. “My song Soft Life was inspired by where I come from. As a black child who grew up in the rural areas of eNdwedwe, there are things we have no access to, so the soft life simply means we also want to experience the beautiful things that other people get to experience in life,” said Ngcobo.
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Professor Nhlanhla Mkhize stated that Nomfundo has raised the UKZN flag high and wished her the best of luck. “Nomfundo Ngcobo has lifted the name of the institution high, we wish her well on her music career and we hope that she will always be associated with the institution in the future,” said Mkhize.

When she spoke later, Ngcobo said she was blown away that Soft Life was playing when she stepped on stage, “That was so special for me”. And on receiving double platinum she calls it a double blessing, “The song Phakade Lami went gold 2 months ago. I wasn’t expecting go double platinum already. I am so happy.” She said.

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