Makhadzi’s admirers think the 28th SAMAs were rigged

Makhadzi’s admirers think the 28th SAMAs were rigged

Over the last several years, Makhadzi’s music career has risen astronomically both domestically and internationally.

She recently visited Botswana, where she performed her “One Woman Show” for over 26 000 spectators. Prior to that, she was busy with a five-stop tour of Canada and Europe.

During the weekend, she also had a performance at the 28th South African Music Awards, but it did not go as well for her.

The “MaGear” hitmaker rushed to Twitter to reveal some of the technological issues she faced across at SA’s major music awards in a now-deleted tweet that tweeps were quick to capture beforehand.

“I practised with a smartphone at the stage to acquire my choreography,” she wrote.

I requested the cameramen to practise with me so they could see my movements, but no one paid attention.

I requested smokes and fireworks, which were never provided despite their promises. (sic)”

She still felt she blew her performance despite all the difficulties.

But I still reign like a queen, she said.

She said in another post: “The prize I received was my ancestors’ blessing; I am certain the individual who altered my name will be dismissed tomorrow.

“I no longer desire summer awards; instead, I want to create songs for YouTube so that my followers may purchase data and support me unreservedly.”

All the “challenges” she endured have raised suspicion among her admirers and followers, and some of them think it was intentional.

So we’re going to keep silent as the Sama’s sabotage Makhadzi, @g mapaya quipped? SAMA28 did something terrible there. Don’t interfere with Makhadzi’s sound; let her shine. #SAMA28.”

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