Matorokisi hitmaker, Makhadzi has built her Mom a huge house in her home province!
Her fans account @Khadzinator confirmed in a tweet with images that the Limpopoen hitmaker is almost done with the house which she apparently started building last year during the lockdown.
@Khadzinator tweeted: “Makhadzi is building her mom a home. Still under construction but mogurl worked sheem. #CongratulationsMakhadzi”
The 25-year-old musician stated that she’s building her mom a house, to show her gratitude for all that she’s done for her. Makhadzi is the eldest child in her family and was raised by her mother after her parents separated when she was young.
Here are some tweeps congratulating Makhadzi’s latest achievement:
“I always respect her from the day one. Wow congrats cc much love for you. Wenze kakuhle for you and your parents.”
“Congratulations girl. Your now becoming my role model. Girls care too much for their mothers.”
“Respect any hustler.”
The dancer and singer was previously in the headlines after it was revealed that her manager, Rita Dee was taking advantage of her.
She revealed in a series of tweets how her videos were deleted on YouTube and how she didn’t get paid for her previous performances.
“I wanted to buy something today [but] I waited, [I] promised the seller that I will pay in hours time because I knew my manager used to switch off her phone but she will soon get back to me.”
According to SowetanLIVE, The Limpopo Artists Movement intervened in the saga between the singer and her manager to try to resolve issues between Rita Dee and Makhadzi.
“We cannot tolerate such behaviour. The is no way we can allow artist’s managers to do as they wish. Makhadzi worked really hard and she deserves better.
She lodged a complaint with us about late payment. She has to beg her manager to pay her and she’s just paying her half the money.”
It was also revealed that Rita Dee and Makhadzi do not have a written contract because due to some delays from the singer’s side.
“We have an oral agreement with Makhadzi in terms of which she is entitled to 75% of the profits after all expenses have been met.
“The reason why we do not have a written agreement is due to the fact that Makhadzi was given a written contract for her perusal and comment, which to date, when she was contacted with regards to the said contract; she kept on saying that she will revert.”-ZAlebs