Makhadzi has left fans in stitches with her bedroom twerk dance going viral in a few minutes
She danced to her latest hit song Welele featuring DJ Maphorisa, Kabza de Small, and Fortunator.
Welele is Makhadzi’s first song since her ugly breakup with Open Mic Productions.
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While dancing in her bedroom, Makhadzi ended up twerking on the bed, jumping excitedly until she broke the bed.
Sharing on her Instgram, Mkhadzi said.
“I jus broke someone’s bad 😂😂😂 because of this song welele by @maphorisa @kabelomotha_ , @makhadzisa @fortunator_sa”
MAKHADZI’S TWERKING BEDROOM DANCE
Makhadzi started the Instagram live so calmly, playing on her small speaker and lying on the bed listening to the song.
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However, she grew into the song, stood up, and started dancing, jumping on the bed and twerking.
Her dancing and some of their comments left many fans in awe.
“You nailed your verse Makhadzi; the song reminded me of Chicco thwala song 🎵”
“Swa misava swa tikooo, I felt that😭🤞🏻”
“Come to my house Le3 in Leicester.. please come and have BBQ b4 your big night. Ask ur bodyguards to drive u to myn..”
Watch Makhadzi’s twerking bedroom dance moves
MAKHADZI’S FALLOUT WITH OPEN MIC PRODUCTIONS
Sharing it on her social media pages, Makhadzi expressed her frustration with working with Open Mic for three years.
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She said they did not give her money for her album sales, and Open Mic denied the accusation.
They even demanded a public apology from Makhadzi, and that did not happen as she announced that she was working with DJ Maphorisa on a new song.
The news raised so many emotions in fans as they assumed Maphorisa would do more hard for her than Open Mic did.
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Speaking on her relationship with Open Mic, Makhadzi said:
“I signed with open mic only for three years. In this three years I dropped 4 albums . I have never recieved any cent of my sales . Some of my album reached platinum some gold . And a lot of hits songs that reached platinum and Gold . But I continue to work without complaining Cz all I wanted was to serve my contract , to avoid them saying I bridged the contract .”
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