Multi-award winning music producer and vocalist Master KG, and self-proclaimed queen of Limpopo Makhadzi, are one of Mzansi most loved power couples in ZAlebville.
The pair has stolen the hearts of many people with their couple goals and it always warms our hearts to see a young couple like them, respecting each other and gushing over each other online.
The chemistry between them has left Mzansi green with envy and we love to see it. Master KG has put breakup rumors to bed. Sunday World set tongues wagging today after it reported that they have called it quits.
The paper did not reveal the circumstances surrounding their alleged breakup, but fans can breathe a huge sigh of relief as Master KG has quickly shot down the rumours. Reacting to the publication’s Facebook post about their alleged breakup ,Master KG commented “Baloi please drink water because this its not happening,” he said.
Makhadzi and Master KG recently rekindled their romance following their highly publicized 2020 breakup.
Announcing their breakup Master KG took to his Facebook account to share that they parted ways to focus on their careers, “Me and Makhadzi parted ways months ago to focus on our careers. We are still young and we still need to achieve big things. Hope everyone understands and respects that,” he announced.
Speaking to ZAlebs Makhadzi said: “The only thing I also want and I wish could happen just that it didn’t happen the way I wanted, I only want people to know Makhadzi for her performances and music besides my personal issues but because people already knew about my relationship there was nothing I can do but my wish is for them to know about my music only.”
She said they make very good music together and that he understands her, “It’s always a good thing to work with him because when me and him collaborate it’s all about talent. He has his own talent and I have mine and we understand each other and everything we touch becomes a hit, and he’s the only producer whom I feel like we understand each other.”
Master KG, recently celebrated his birthday and Makhadzi penned the sweetest to him that had us reaching for the tissues. The message was a confirmation to many that they were back together.
“Besides being my soulmate you are one of the most humble artists I have ever met. Happy birthday to you and may God bless you with many years. Cheers to more music loading … I wish you nothing but the best. We are dropping Kulakwe this coming Friday,” she wrote.