Makhadzi US tour

Makhadzi will be performing in the US next year. Image via Facebook: @Makhadzi

From Limpopo to the US: Makhadzi’s dreams come true with big world tour

25-year-old ‘Ghanama’ hitmaker Makhadzi will be performing in the US next year and she couldn’t be happier!

Makhadzi US tour

Makhadzi will be performing in the US next year. Image via Facebook: @Makhadzi

South African musician Makhadzi is definitely one for the books. The singer recently headed to her Facebook page where she shared some big news with her millions of fans. The news was met with a lot of excitement and congratulatory messages from her supporters who wasted no time wishing her well in the comment section.

Makhadzi shares some big news

25-year-old Makhadzi is on a roll and showing no signs of slowing down. Over the last few weeks, the Limpopo-born artist has performed in KwaZulu-Natal and Malawi with no breaks in between and now she has released a list of the places she’ll be visiting as part of her international tour.

On the list is Zimbabwe, the UK, and lastly what she considers a dream come true, the USA. According to the poster, she will be making appearances in both New York and Texas between 7 and 8 May 2022.

“AND my dream finally came true ???????? I am going to perform in the USA,” reads part of her exciting post.

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The fans are overcome with excitement

Many of her fans absolutely loved to see how her hard work has paid off. A lot of them headed to the comment section where they shared a number of heartwarming messages of support.

Hobyani Promise Xitshembhiso said:

“Congratulations Queen keep up the good work????????Go out there and represent SA????????????”

Mapule Diratsagae said:

“I’m literally in tears… A lot of ppl got to understand the secret behind your success, and that is HUMILITY. They say in life the only way to go up is to go down. Stay humble and enjoy showers of blessings from above. Much Love????”

Lester Nkuna said:

“I’m so proud of you Makhadzi. Keep on shining and flying the South African flag high. Much love. ❤️❤️❤️”

Makhadzi recently trended after a photographer shared snaps of her dark inner thighs. After the snaps went viral, Makhadzi headed online where she apologised for her dark skin.

Shortly after that many South Africans rallied behind her as they slammed cyber-bullying and body-shaming.

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