South African singer, Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known by her stage name, Makhadzi has amassed herself great wealth following her major breakthrough into the music industry years ago.
From building houses for herself and her family members to securing new whips.
Taking to social media on Monday, the South African star revealed that she has three houses.
However, the problem she has with the house is that no one might live in it.
“My first pic in my third home. Who’s going to stay here now,” she wrote.
Congratulations flooded the post, while others declared themselves homeless.
It’s a season of wins for Makhadzi; recently she dropped her first album as an independent artist, while still battling with her former record label legally.
Two days after releasing Mbofholowo album, she announced that its garnered 1 million streams.
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