Video: Andile Mxakaza is engaged to Amapiano Lady Du

Andile Mxakaza is engaged to Amapiano Lady Du


Andile Mxakaza, better referred to as Fezile on Mzansi Magic’s canned telenovela Isibaya, isn’t big on social media or flaunting his love-life for all to ascertain .

However, details about his relationship status aren’t private in the least . The actor is engaged to Amapiano musician Duduzile Ngwenya aka Lady Du.

The couple actually got engaged last year in August after rekindling their love once they met within the same year in April. in the week they went out with their friends and family to celebrate their birth month which is when Andile surprised his DJ fiancée with a replacement ring .

Lady Du shared the news on her Instagram, with a video of the ‘proposal’ during which she was crying tears of joy.

We got engaged last year august, 3 months into the connection . I’ve never been sooo happy my entire life. Today he decided to upgrade my ring. It’s our birthday month, since I’m busy he and my brother @siphosomething planned all this. @andilemx i really like you king i actually haven’t any words.”

Lady Du is well-known for her amapiano tracks ‘Dakiwe’ and ‘Catalia’ and she or he features in Umsebenzi Wethu by Busta 929, Mpura, Mr JazziQ, Reece Madlisa, and Zuma, as a vocalist.

Born in Voslorus, the 30-year-old musician is that the daughter of veteran R&B DJ Choc, and her uncle is DJ Zan D. Although music was her old flame , she studied Somatology in London and spent a year traveling over 100 countries as a stomatologist and skin therapist on a cruise liner.

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She ditched this career path in 2016 and focused solely on music, but things weren’t coming together. Because bills were piling up, she took up employment within the corporate space and even sold her house for a smaller apartment. She had struggled such a lot with trying to interrupt into the industry that she had given up and wanted to finish her life.

“I became incredibly depressed about my situation. I had quit my job because I wasn’t happy. The music wasn’t going anywhere, and family was pushing me to start out a business or go corporate. But all I wanted was music,” she told an area publication in March.