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Mac G admits to having a crush on Nkosazana daughter

South African presenter and DJ Mac G recently made headlines by revealing his admiration for Nkosazana Daughter, a rising star in the Amapiano music scene. Known for his candid remarks on his popular Podcast and Chill show, Mac G expressed that he rarely develops crushes on women within the entertainment industry, but Nkosazana Daughter has captured his attention in a profound way.

Describing her as both stunning outwardly and possessing inner beauty, Mac G didn’t hold back in praising the singer during one of his recent podcast episodes. He remarked that Nkosazana Daughter not only mesmerizes him visually but also leaves a lasting impression with her personality and talent.

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During the discussion on his show, Mac G and his co-host Sol Phenduka discussed Nkosazana Daughter’s alleged relationship history, particularly focusing on her rumored ex, Sir Trill. They opined that Sir Trill might have made a mistake by parting ways with the vocalist, suggesting that her allure and charm were undeniable.

Mac G’s candid revelations sparked widespread interest and discussions among his listeners and followers on social media, with many chiming in on his admiration for Nkosazana Daughter and sharing their views on the dynamics of relationships in the entertainment industry.

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As Mac G continues to entertain and provoke thought through his podcasts, his openness about his personal admiration for Nkosazana Daughter underscores the impact of public figures in shaping cultural conversations and setting trends in the entertainment world.

In other news – Dorcas Moyo nominated for prestigious African award

Gospel artist Dorcas Moyo has been nominated for the prestigious Africa Best Female Gospel Musician Award, scheduled for August. She is representing Zimbabwe at the Christian Legendary and Impact Makers Awards (CLIMA), an event that celebrates the unity of Christ in Africa and honors musicians for their significant contributions to God’s Kingdom.

Competing in the 2024 Africa Best Female Gospel Musician category, Moyo faces strong contenders such as Yadah and Mercy Chinwo from Nigeria, Winnie Mashaba from South Africa, Janet Otieno from Kenya, and Deborah Lukalu from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Read More

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