Zimbabwe: Makhadzi to Perform in Zimbabwe Tonight

6 October 2021

Popular South African musician, Makhadzi, real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona is set to perform in the country for the first time, though details of the concert have not been availed to 263Chat.

Makhadzi's performance comes a day after the government announced further relaxation of lockdown regulations allowing bars and nightclubs to re-open to vaccinated patrons only.

The visit comes at a time the singer is making waves on social media with the online community standing in solidarity with the singer after she fell prey to trolls and bullying over an inappropriate picture revealing her inner thighs.

Seemingly helpless, Makhadzi was cornered into apologizing for what many believe did not warrant an apology.

She wrote;

I would like to apologise to all my fans if only if you really dessaponted about this pictures .. they were lot of beautiful pictures that a cameraman was gonna post , but he choose to post this to promote his brand but forgetting the damage he is doing to my soul .. I know iam strong and all this will pass ... Unfortunately I cannot change my inner part .. iam like this and iam proud... .

The only thing that you people are doing is to try to edit my pictures nikhonanisa mafhungo .. yes iam strong but my family and friends they are not strong as iam .. seing them crying about edited pictures really break me and affect my me badly.

I would like to ask everyone who react with this picture and edited pictures that you are planting something that can affect me badly ... I humble my self politely to ask everyone to stop humiliaing me .. I dont have energy to block you I love you all .. AFRICANQUEEN ALB IS OUT NOW http://africori.to/african_queen

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