Busiswa Reacts To Makhadzi Saying She Wants Fight Her

Who would win?

By  | Oct 01, 2021, 05:46 PM  | Makhadzi  | Drama

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Makhadzi was a recent guest on Cassper Nyovest's The Braai Show and she had an awesome time. The Matorokisi hitmaker touched on her humble beginnings to meeting the man who changed her life for the better - her ex-boyfriend Master KG.

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Cassper Nyovest had to touch on the infamous boxing match he once mentioned saying SA celebrities have to go head-to head with one another in order to generate revenue. Many expressed interest in taking part in the match including Makhadzi who said she would not mind getting in the ring with Busiswa Gqulu.

“The first person I feel like I could really beat up is Busiswa. I would beat her up,” said Makhadzi.

Busiswa was left shaking in her boots when she heard Makhadzi wants her in the ring. She saw this as an opportunity to make fun of it but did mention that she has never fought before and she would probably get beaten by Makhadzi.

“I just need someone to define 'a friendly' for 17 marks below please. Then describe its relation to 'boxing match' for a further 13 marks,” she wrote.

A few months back, Makhadzi mentioned that she would want to fight Busiswa in the ring but Busiswa chickened out. “Oh God I have never fought in my entire life and besides I lost my mother,” she laughed.

Speaking highly about the match, Cassper said, “Celebrity boxing is sooo big in the states, I think we could make decent money in Africa with it too. It could also boost boxing on the continent. Who do you think would make a great boxing fight?” he tweeted.

Speaking about the relationship she had with Master KG, Makhadzi mentioned how he helped her get her career up and running. Speaking to CNN’s African Voices, Makhadzi spoke highly of Master KG. "He's the only person who pushed me and told me that you must speak on your language. You must not change your language just sing in Venda," she said.

Her come up story is one that is inspiring. The young Venda girl who would perform at the Thohoyandou Taxi Rank for R2 coins, is now this mega star who everyone looks forward to seeing perform. The musician never backed down and had a positive mindset which played a huge role in her current success.

"It all started here in Venda, this is the longest road I used to use when I was going to town to promote my music. I use to walk without shoes, not having money for transport,” she explained.

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