It’s raining R10k! Makhadzi sh

South African singer Makhadzi. Image via Instagram @makhadzisa.

It’s raining R10k! Makhadzi showered on stage with cash notes [watch]

‘I was blessed with R10 000 on stage. Your love is too much,’ says singer Makhadzi after a fan ‘made it rain’ with cash during her Joburg performance.

It’s raining R10k! Makhadzi sh

South African singer Makhadzi. Image via Instagram @makhadzisa.

South Africa musician Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, popularly known by her stage name Makhadzi, was showered with R10 000 in cash during her performance in Fourways, Johannesburg on Sunday 17 October.


Following the release of her latest album, Makhadzi was dubbed the African Queen. During her performance at Altitude Beach in Fourways, Johannesburg, on Sunday she was showered with R10 000 in cash on stage by a fan.

Her ex-boyfriend Master KG was also featured at her album launch on Sunday.

“Please come support me today @altitudebeach supported by our favourite @masterkgsa ….. #africanqueen,” she wrote on Instagram.

The Ghanama hitmaker posted a video of the fan “making it rain” with R10 000 in cold hard cash on stage to Facebook. The video racked up over 228 000 views. The fan dances on stage with a stack of cash that he throws onto Makhadzi and her dancers. 

In the clip, a humble Makhadzi is seen bowing down as the fan “blesses” her with the cash.

“So today I was blessed with 10k on stage. Your love is too much,” she wrote on Facebook. 

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Makhadzi went from receiving pocket change at taxi ranks to thousands of rands on local tours to now going international! The singer will be performing in Zimbabwe in December this year. 

Next year, she will be following in the footsteps of Master KG by touring the UK and what she considers her “dream come true”, the US. She will be taking on Botswana this week (22 October).

How does Makhadzi feel about going global? Humbled she explains.

“Looking at how far I’ve come, I struggled a lot when I started but at that time I enjoyed what I used to do because I didn’t start by making music. I wanted to make money through music. I was doing music because I liked dancing so I was doing it out of love and not knowing I will be where I am today. I feel like it was God’s will and he knows my destiny,” she said to Tshisa Live.

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