African queen Makhadzi from Venda updated her status on social media performing in Malawi. 

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Makhadzi from Limpopo at Venda showing more power recently after dropping her hot song of Ghanama. her song was viewed by 6 million people in two months and she thanked everyone for the support. 

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Makhadzi asks her fans to wish her good luck on her trip to Malawi to perform. She recently updated her supporters by sharing her live video on the stage at Malawi. Our African queen was shown love by Malawian people, some even got emotional when seeing her live performing on the stage.

Makhadzi was doing what she is well known off, by dancing her dance and throwing love to her supporters. Malawian people showed support and love to the south African queen, there was no space to breathe. Everyone in Malawi was happy to see Makhadzi and they showed her love by sending warm messages while she was performing.

Limpopo girl who grew up in Venda inspired many people, Makhadzi grew up in a poor family and went to school without pocket money. Makhadzi started her career by dancing to local ceremonies, she then decided to release a song and people loved her voice, her song went viral and that was when her life start to change. 

Makhadzi was recently called on many occasions to come to perform, her dream was to be an international singer. Makhadzi was more than happy with her trip to Malawi. She took pictures inside the Malawian mall showing her supporters that he arrived safe and she is still well, as she promised to update them with everything.

Makhadzi rated Malawi people as the most loving and peaceful country so far, she said even though they didn't hear what she talking about when she sings, but you could tell that these people are enjoying the music and feeling it inside them.

Makhadzi thanked everyone for the support, she asked for more luck on her trip back home to Mnzasi. Leave a message for our African queen. Don't forget to share and like. Thank you.