Although she is the person of the moment in South Africa, for the John Cena hitmaker Sho Madjozi to be successful but without someone to enjoy the success with; it is just as good as feasting alone, she is now ready for love.
Madjozi, the BET award winner opened up to a local publication in an interview recently on how she felt about her music being well received at both local and international front.
She confessed that while her musical beacon is on the ascendency, she was surprised by how she has made such a big impact in a short time. She accepts the approval and is ready
to raise the bar in her career even higher.
She spoke about the experience of receiving a call from John Cena; a wrestling champion whom she adored from watching him on television while growing up in a small village in Limpopo.
The singer told Tshisa Live, “It’s crazy that I got a shout out from John Cena who I used to watch on TV. Seeing that I was living in the village with my aunt, we didn’t really have a TV at home. The only time we were able to watch TV was when we watched Generations and WWE.
”Speaking about her music, Madjozi admitted said that currently, her music was indeed a reflection of her personality.
Relating her music as ‘Heartbreak Gqom’, the singer was ready to make it known that she was single and searching, more than ready to have someone with whom to share her pleasant journey.
She added; “I don’t want to play hard to get anymore. I want to be with someone who I feel for, genuinely.”
At a glance, looking at her comments section clearly shows that the major problem for her as it stands was not the shortage of suitors but, cherry-picking from a hand full of possible and ideal candidates could be her key challenge.
Of late, Sho Madjozi’s love life has been in the spotlight more often; most remarkably when she sarcastically expressed gratitude to her ex-boyfriend for breaking her heart, the exact
the misfortune which inspired her award-winning music.
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