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Dr Winnie Mashaba. Images from Instagram@winnie_mashaba

‘Here We Go’ – Winnie Mashaba spotted at Stamford Bridge [photos]

Dr Winnie Mashaba is trending after her followers used Fabrizio Romano’s trademark, ‘Here We Go,’ to describe her visit to Stamford Bridge.

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Dr Winnie Mashaba. Images from Instagram@winnie_mashaba

Dr Winnie Mashaba set social media abuzz after she shared her pictures at English Premier League giants Chelsea Football Club’s stadium Stamford Bridge in London.

The award-winning gospel musician is currently in London. Mzansi has managed to sneak into her tour thanks to her social media feeds.

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Her followers jokingly named her as a new signing of Chelsea after she captioned her post: “Finally, I got to be @chelseafc 💃💃💃 From GA Phasha Limpopo South Africa 🇿🇦 to England.”

Some of her followers used Italian sports journalist Fabrizio Romano’s famous transfer trademark, ‘Here We Go.’ No doubt she is living it up in London. The gospel star had a full tour of the Bridge and wasn’t shy to show for it.

She shared pictures from the dressing rooms to the conference room before uploading some photos in the stadium. However, apart from the Stamford Bridge, she has visited several places around London.

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Winnie Mashaba shared pictures from the famous London Eye and Lutton. Her pictures undoubtedly left many trying to connect the dots whether she was on vacation.

The gospel sensation is in the UK, where she was slated to headline the UK Worship Night. She headlined the concert on 24 June. However, she once revealed in May that this was her first concert outside Africa in her 25th year as a gospel artist.

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Dr Winnie Mashaba. Images from Instagram@winnie_mashaba

In announcing her first-ever concert in Europe, Winnie Mashaba posted:

“Tate o rile akeso fetse ka wena (The lord said ‘I’m not done with you’)”, she adds that “[I thought] I’m heading towards my exit in the industry [but] according to the results that I am seeing, it feels as if ke gona ke tsena ka gare ga industry (I just entered the industry).”

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She has become one of Africa’s most sought-after gospel stars with a years-long career. Winni Mashaba has managed to headline several concerts in which she has shared the stage with international-award-winning stars.

She has capped her career, which spans years, with several local and regional accolades.

However, despite fame, the bubbly musician has had her fair share of drama. Her marriage woes have often thrust her into the top trends.