That jumpsuit was not making sure: Makhadzi explains outfit faux pas
It's not every day Makhadzi has a wardrobe malfunction, but a recent outfit proved everyone has their day.
Taking to her Twitter timeline, the multi-award-winner took a dig at herself due to an outfit she wore for a recent performance.
“That jumpsuit was not making sure. But I am proud of myself. I went on stage and performed like there’s no tomorrow, but I knew I was gonna have to explain,” she tweeted.
She first posted a snap of what she wanted vs what she got — and that Beyoncé-inspired item did not turn out the way she'd hoped.
“Good morning guys, I will explain the outfit later. I am happy to announce my Zambia and UK tour this coming month. From May 6, I will be in Zambia. More dates loading ... for Zambia. May 20 I will be in UK. More dates loading for UK,” she wrote.
That jumpsuit was not making sure. But iam proud of my self I went on stage and performed like there’s no tomorrow 🔥🔥🔥🔥but I knew I was gonna have to explain…😂😂— Makhadzi (@MakhadziSA) April 13, 2023
Makhadzi recently made headlines after videos of chaos, allegedly directed at her, during a performance in Zimbabwe circulated on Twitter.
Open Mic Productions managing partner Brenden Maseko said of the incident: “People didn't throw bottles or things at Makhadzi, it's false. It was the weakness of the promoter regarding security at the venue and the event. The barricade for [the] golden circle and general access was just a barricade. There was no security there. Immediately when Makhadzi got onto the stage people wanted to come forward and see her and they pushed the barricade,”
He said the performance was cut short to restore order.
“We did most of the performance. We didn't finish the set because we didn't want to put others at risk. The promoter said he was calling the police to come to calm the crowd. It was a beautiful performance. People still love Makhadzi out there”.
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