Maya Wegerif, popularly known as Sho Madjozi, has captivated and inspired something rare in the South African hip-hop scene by rapping in Xitsonga and proudly shining values and norms that build up to her being proudly Tsonga and proudly South African.
Maya Wegerif, known to her fans as Sho Madjozi, born to a Tsonga mom and a white father. She hails from Elim in Limpopo but now based in Jozi and is a breath of fresh air to the music industry while she swells with pride, singing in Tsonga. She is a young woman who takes pride in her culture and identity; she’s famous for her unique music, a Rapper in her own language Xitsonga.
Back in September, the WWE Superstar John Cena who has been showing Sho Madjozi some love since, got to show his dance moves during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In the same interview, she did a special mention for the singer, and that got everyone talking for such a major recognition on an international show.
Now, the Limpopo born Tsonga rapper, Sho Madjozi got the surprise of her life when John Cena stopped by to join her during an interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
On the show, Sho Madjozi spoke about the lovely exchange and support between her and John Cena, even though she hasn’t met him. She was then asked to perform the Qgom fueled single and that’s when she got the unexpected surprise.
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