WATCH: Limpopo queen Makhadzi claps back at the English police.


WATCH: Limpopo queen Makhadzi claps back at the English police.

‘Most of us are broke with proper English,’ a fan wrote after Makhadzi headed online to clap back at the English grammar police.

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Uber talented South African musician Makhadzi — real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona — always has a way of leaving her fans entertained. Her vibrant personality and out-of-this-world dancing skills are just some of the reasons she is so popular among music lovers. One huge reason is the fact that she is unapologetically authentic and knows how to laugh at herself.

She recently left many struggling to withhold their laughs after she headed online to congratulate Bafana Bafana with a post riddled with spelling errors and mistakes.


After getting mocked and critiqued, the star headed online to clap back at those trolls.


South African musician Makhadzi constantly leaves fans in stitches.

When she isn’t doing bizarre dance moves on stage, she is wearing Beyonce inspired costumes that just fall short of expectations.

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Her humble beginnings and rise to stardom has always gained her a special place in the hearts of millions.

She recently left her fans giggling after she headed online to discuss Bafana Bafana’s African Cup of Nations (AFCON) performance.

She was quickly trolled by the grammar police who pointed out her mistakes.

In response to this, she shared another post riddled with mistakes explaining how English isn’t her home language. She also highlighted how difficult it would be for people from other races to speak languages they are not accustomed to.

“My name is Makhadzi . I spik [speak] English like whites when they spik [speak] my African language.. I love you all. makeup by Khadzi Beaty [beauty].”


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In the comment section, many shared jokes about her English while adding that it isn’t her home language so she shouldn’t be judged.

“Majority of them don’t even know how to speak Tshivenda. We are not in an English class here, will write however we like” one person said while another wrote:

“And her bank balance is better than that English Most of us are broke with proper English. This life, no balance.”


Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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