Makhadzi met President Cyril Ramaphosa on her way to do what she does on stage and the president of the republic sang her praises, leaving the Ghanama hitmaker proud of her herself and how far she’s come.
Taking to her Instagram timeline, the musician shared a clip of her performing at the Netball World Cup final and in the shots, the President can be seen telling her how he enjoys her music.
“Last night I cried so much guys I just want to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who have shown me support all these years. Firstly, God is the greatest, for all his grace. Then my day 1 fans who have been with me through the hard and the nice times ..thank you so much guys, I am here because of what you do for me.
“I also just want to thank myself for being me. For being strong and never give up. Today I can shake hands with the President and he tells me straight in the face that I am a great performer. Thank you thank you thank you … I am happy, now I can work on my album with energy,” she wrote.
The award-winning musician has been teasing her fans with new music, and she is set to release her album independently this year.
Earlier in May she announced her departure from her former recording label Open Mic.
“The relationship between myself and Open Mic Productions was like a match made in heaven as it elevated both of us to become top household names in the South African music industry. Our relationship produced four studio albums and all the albums did very well.
“I would like to thank Open Mic Productions for the good work and contribution they made in my music career and I have learnt a lot from them.”
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