Will we ever get tired of seeing Makhadzi win? No, we won’t. She deserves all these flowers and more, and we are honoured to be alive to witness her greatness.
Makhadzi has just won another award, and at this point, we’re not even surprised anymore. She is absolutely that girl, and we are glad that the world is finally catching on to that. She won GQ Men of the Year 2021 Award, under the Best Entertainer of the Year category.
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Other ZAlebs who were honoured by the organisation include the late Shona Ferguson, iconic actor and cofounder of Ferguson Films, for the Editor’s Special Tribute. Rapper Focalistic received the Musician of the Year award, and the Kolisi Foundation, cofounded by Rachel and Siya Kolisi won Activist of the Year.
Fans are very proud of Makhadzi. She is an amazing performer, and fans all over the world are waking up to her talent. She recently had a brilliant performance in Botswana, where there was almost a riot because she was late. In her statement afterwards, she asked event promoters to communicate better to the fans regarding the set times, so that they don’t get impatient waiting for the artist.
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It was all love, though, as she eventually came through and gave them a performance that was worth all the time they had waited for her.
In the past few months, Makhadzi has been riding a career high. She was recently on the cover of Classique Q and A, a legendary UK magazine. She was only the second South African woman to grace the cover, after Kelly Khumalo, which is no small feat.
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She also recently returned from a trip to Lagos, Nigeria, where she performed at, then won an AFRIMA “Artist of the Year” award in the Continental Category.
Fans and other celebrities have been pouring into her comments with hearty congratulations since she made the announcement on social media. Even international audiences are in awe of her, with some fans even stating that they love her music, even though they don’t understand the language she sings.
And that is the mark of good music. It has the ability to move listeners regardless of language differences. As Shah Asad Rizvi said, “Music does not need language of words for it has movements of dance to do its translation.”
Despite her occasional scandals, like the one time she was dragged for misusing the police force, Makhadzi stands strong. She is unshakeable, and shows her haters time and again that she is exactly who she thinks she is.
Congratulations queen! You deserve this and more!