A South African singer by the name of Makhadzi is Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona. She was born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, Limpopo, where she started her career as a dancer at the age of 12 before switching to singing.
In 2015, while still in school, she signed a record deal with Rita Dee Entertainment and released Muhwalo Uya Ndemela. After the 2017 release of her track “Tshanda Vhuya,” she gained local notoriety. Matorokisi, her eighth studio album, debuted at number two in South Africa.
Kgaogelo Moagi known professionally as Master KG, is a South African musician and record producer. Born and raised in Tzaneen, his debut studio album Skeleton Move achieved acclaim including an AFRIMA Award for Best Artist/Group in the African Electro category. He is also known as the pioneer of “Bolobedu” dance.
One of the more established couples in Mzansi is Makhadzi and Master KG, but like other relationships, theirs has its ups and downs. The couple gained notoriety in 2020 when they divorced to concentrate on their jobs. The Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG revealed on Instagram that they had split up so they could pursue their dreams.
The two made the decision to remain friends while pursuing their jobs. They realized they still care deeply for one another when they were friends, and they declared their reconciliation as they celebrated Master KG’s birthday. The two then exchanged a heartfelt message on Instagram to affirm their compatibility as soulmates and their inability to survive apart.
After Master KG brought Makhadzi to his mother in the future, a marriage proposal might be in the works. The couple has been spending lavish vacations and pampering one other rotten to cherish their romance. Kulakwe is a song that the pair just released as a collaboration.
But it seems like there is trouble in paradise when series of tweet were posted by Makhadzi alleging that master kg does mind paying R50k for boobs and booty, those post were later deleted and she claim she was hacked but people don’t believe it.