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Real life story of Makhadzi

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Real life story of Makhadzi

She has been dubbed “The Queen of Africa,” and she is without a doubt the best performing musician of our time. Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better known as Makhadzi Muimbi, was born on 30 June 1996 in Limpopo Province.

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Recently, several concerns have been raised concerning Makhadzi’s educational history. Makhadzi did, in fact, complete her Grade 12 at Mukula Integrated School. In order to become a successful and educated vocalist, she obtained a Public Relations degree and then went on to study Drama.

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She, like thousands before her, has a rags to riches narrative to tell. Before becoming famous, the musician was a well-known Limpopo street performer. Her career began in 2010 when she began performing in the streets with a musical group called Makirikiri. Despite the fact that the group specialized in dance, the African Queen extended the group’s business by singing.

Makhadzi Biography

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Fortune favours the bold whilst working on one of her projects; a studio owner spotted her talent, and the rest was history. In 2012, Makhadzi Muimbi released Zwigevhenga. As of to date, seven recorded albums as of 2021.

Muvhango was released in 2012, Ndo Tshiyani (2013), Litshani U Tsala Murahu (2014), Muhwalo Uya Ndemela (2015) Yo Shoma (2016), Shumela Venda (2017).

However, in 2019 she won big when her hit “Matorokisi” topped the charts. No doubt this was her thrust into the limelight. Since then, she has been wowing Mzansi with her tracks and energetic performances. Her trust in stardom saw her dating Master KG. However, barely a year after making their affair official, the couple called it quits

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Somehow it seems she was not doing well whilst she was with Master KG. After her split, she recorded singles that took Mzansi by surprise. She has capped her career with awards and some of her singles riched golden statuses. We can all agree everything changed.

She rose to become one of the most sought-after musicians, and her fees increased. It was reportedly said that Makhadzi does not accept bookings for less than R50 000. She was recently gifted with R1.5 million by Zimbabwean Finance Secretary Guvamatanga after exceeding expectations at her recent 50th birthday celebration in Zimbabwe.

She just gifted her mum with a beautiful house in Limpopo. However, a few years later, she stunned Mzansi with her million-dollar property. To keep up with her star position, she has lavished herself with exotic cars in recent years.

She, on the other hand, has been able to give back to the community through donations and community service programs. Despite her rags to riches narrative, Makhadzi has had her fair share of celebrity.

 

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