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From taverns to the Grammys: Makhadzi reflects on BET award win

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Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport was abuzz with excitement as Ndivhudzannyi “Makhadzi” Ralivhona arrived on Wednesday morning, fresh from her BET Award win. The Limpopo-born singer clinched the prestigious Viewers’ Choice: Best New International Act award in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Upon her arrival at the airport, Makhadzi, holding her award aloft, was greeted with thunderous applause from fans and family. They cheered her name, ululated, and expressed their admiration for her achievement.

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Reflecting on her success, Makhadzi expressed joy and gratitude, attributing her win to years of dedicated effort. “I deserved this, I worked hard for this. I’m here today because of the hard work I put in,” she said. Despite facing financial challenges, including having to borrow money to attend the awards due to a debt with the SA Revenue Service, Makhadzi remained steadfast in her belief in herself and her craft.

“Now my value is rising. They must watch out. We are going for a Grammy next!” she exclaimed confidently. She credited her faith in God for guiding her through tough times. “God was with me. I think he felt the pain I was in as I had to take out my last money and he blessed me with this award,” she said, reflecting on her journey from performing in taverns to international acclaim. Her message to fellow dreamers was clear: “Believe in yourself, believe in your dreams, stay true to yourself, and everything is possible.”

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Makhadzi’s journey from humble beginnings to global recognition serves as a testament to perseverance and self-belief, inspiring many with her resilience and determination.

In other news – Tyla postpones future performances to prioritize recovery

Grammy-award-winning artist Tyla has announced a temporary hiatus from performing following her recent double BET Award wins. Taking to Instagram, the celebrated singer informed her fans about her decision to focus on recovery through physical therapy.

In her Instagram stories, Tyla expressed her regret at having to cancel upcoming shows and festivals over the next 10 days. Events affected include Roskilde, Palmesus, Open’er, Saga, and Montreux Jazz festivals. Read More

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