Makhadzi Muimbi, also known as Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, is already a superstar who is being compared to the late legend Brenda Fassie. Ralivhona goes by the stage name Makhadzi. Her popularity has spread beyond the limits of South Africa, and as a result, thousands of people attend her events both in South Africa and elsewhere.
However, there has always been a discussion regarding how old she appears to be for her actual age, and in this article, we will examine the factors that, in our opinion, contributed to the appearance that she is significantly older than she actually is.
A challenging childhood and youth
From the time she was a youngster till now, Makhadzi has not had an easy life. Her parents had divorced when she was a little child. Even though her mother did not have the financial means to take her to a music or dance school, she was able to hone her skills by performing at taxi ranks for various advertising companies. She worked part-time jobs to supplement her mother’s income and assist her in taking care of the family.
Having suffered abuse at a young age
When Makhadzi first began her career in the music industry when she was young, she was subjected to abuse. She was a young girl when she tried to acquire aid to launch her career, but men who dominated the profession verbally and physically harassed her while she was trying to do so.
The Ghanama hitmaker’s management team consisted of a married couple, and she claimed that the husband of one of the managers raped her every weekend until she left the band.
During an interview, Makhadzi said the following: “It was a ritual that we did every weekend, and he ended up taking my virginity. I left when I couldn’t take it any more.” She also claims that the wife verbally and emotionally assaulted her because of her low socioeconomic status.
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It’s possible that the childhood trauma and poor health conditions that Makhadzi endured contributed to the look of her face.
It’s possible that the high temperatures contributed to Makhadzi looking older than he actually is.
It’s possible that Makhadzi was impacted by the high temperatures in Limpopo, which is the province with the warmest average temperature in South Africa.
With a maximum temperature of 35 degrees Celsius throughout the year on average, the town of Letaba in Limpopo has the title of being South Africa’s hottest permanent location.
Early and consistent success
Because of how successful she is, her followers think she must be much older than she actually is. She was born on June 30th, 1996, making Makhadzi 25 years old, although she seems to have lived a life without end. She is the author of four different albums.
Makhadzi recently posted on Facebook, See words below:
Do not continue to tell me that I am ugly.
If you keep telling Makhadzi that she’s ugly, she’ll tell you to stop.
Many people, both renowned and anonymous online, have harassed the star for years, saying she isn’t pretty, since since she first became a public figure in the music industry.
The singer tells TshishaLIVE that she is lovely and that many people adore her.
There are more individuals in this world that adore me than hate me. I have thousands of devoted followers who enjoy what I do.
“Also, I’d want to add that I’m incredibly lovely, so please stop saying me I’m ugly,” she pleaded.
Fans disappointed to learn Sho Madjozi is much older than Makhadzi
The fact that Makhadzi appears older than Sho Madjozi, when in fact it is the other way around, has caused some consternation among their respective fan bases. The reason for this discrepancy is unknown.
In their spare time, the musicians enjoy watching the long-running soap opera Muvhango, which airs on SABC2.
However, it was subsequently revealed to the surprise of fans that Sho is actually much older than Makhadzi, who appears to be older than Sho.
Compared to Maya Christinah Xichavo Wegerif, better known as Sho Madjozi, who was born on the 9th of May 1992, Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better known as Makhadzi, was born on the 30th of June 1996.
Sho is a poet-turned-writer who is creating waves in the entertainment sector all around the world. In the youth telenovela Isithembiso, broadcast on Mzansi Magic, she played the part of Tsakane Mboweni, a radical student activist.
As a result of her success in the entertainment business, Sho has been recognized by major corporations like Nike and Nivea, among many others.
Makhadzi first into the spotlight as a dancer for Makirikiri Musical Group at the 2010 World Cup, where she discovered a passion for singing.
The studio manager was impressed by her voice after she recorded it and played it for him. History was made when she dropped her debut album two years after the 2010 World Cup. There are more than five albums out there by her.
In contrast to Sho, Makhadzi’s relationship with her management has been tense since she has frequently criticized her manager, Rita Dee, for poorly handling her money.
Makhadzi claims that she made over R1 million from holiday performances. Unfortunately, her manager had not paid her yet and was avoiding her phone calls.
She posted on Twitter:
I waited, I promised the seller that I would pay in a few hours because I knew my manager would eventually return my call: “I wanted to buy something today, I waited, I promised the seller that I would pay in a few hours’ time.”
MAKHADZI claimed in another post, “And when she get paid she [would] get drunk and switch off her phone, no update on what’s going on. Imagine me calling like a crazy person, crying, and desperately trying to find someone who will give me money so I can pay you back. IN THE FIRST PLACE, I SHOULD EXPLAIN… “