South African musician Makhadzi, known for her infectious energy and killer dance moves, has once again left her fans in stitches.
This time, it was all thanks to a post she made congratulating Bafana Bafana, South Africa’s national football team, on their performance in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON). However, what caught everyone’s attention was the post’s spelling errors and mistakes.
As expected, the grammar police wasted no time in pointing out Makhadzi’s slip-ups and mocking her online. But Makhadzi, being the queen of authenticity that she is, didn’t let the trolls get to her. Instead, she took to social media to clap back at them in the most hilarious way possible.
In a follow-up post, Makhadzi acknowledged her mistakes and explained that English is not her first language. She humorously highlighted the challenges people from different races face when speaking languages they are not accustomed to. She even playfully mentioned that she speaks English “like whites when they speak my African language.”
My name is makhadzi . I spik English like whites when they spik my African language.. I love you all❤️ makeup by khadzi Beaty pic.twitter.com/xODJf4B33v
— Makhadzi (@MakhadziSA) February 9, 2024
Her fans rallied behind her, defending her against the grammar police and reminding everyone that language proficiency doesn’t define a person’s worth. They praised Makhadzi for staying true to herself and not being afraid to make mistakes.
In the end, Makhadzi’s clapback not only shut down the trolls but also served as a reminder that we should celebrate diversity and not judge others based on their language skills. After all, her bank balance speaks louder than any perfectly constructed sentence.
So, let’s all take a cue from Makhadzi and embrace our quirks and imperfections. Life is too short to worry about spelling errors when you can be busy dancing your way to success.