Heartbreaking: Makhadzi Apologises For Her Dark Inner Thighs!

South African powerhouse Makhadzi of Murahu fame who was among the Malawi Sand Festival headliners held at Nkopola lodge in Mangochi has apologized for having dark inner thighs following a trending image taken by Ras Kasengwa of her performing.


Writing on her official Facebook page, Makhadzi said she was concerned about how a Malawian photographer humiliated her last Friday by publishing pictures of the many shots he captured during her performance on stage.

Makhadzi believes Kasengwa had a hidden motive for posting the photo with her dark inner thighs exposed.

“I would like to apologise to my fans if only if you are disappointed with these pictures. The were a lot of beautiful pictures that the cameraman captured and was supposed to be posted but he chose to post this to promote his brand forgetting the damage he is doing to my soul. I know I am strong and these all will pass. Unfortunately, I cannot change my inner part, I am like this and I am proud”, Said Makhadzi in the post.

She also blamed people who are editing the pictures to further bully her.

Heartbreaking: Makhadzi Apologises For Her Dark Inner Thighs!
Heartbreaking: Makhadzi Apologises For Her Dark Inner Thighs!
“The only thing that people are doing is to try to edit my pictures with different with bad and shameful features. Yes, I am strong but my family and friends are not as I am. Seeing them crying about edited pictures really break me and affect me badly.

“I would like to ask everyone who reacts to this picture that you are planting something that can affect me badly. I humble myself politely to ask everyone to stop humiliating me. I didn’t have the energy to block you, I love you all”, she wrote.

In reaction to the post, many of her Facebook page followers say there is no need for her to apologise for having dark inner thighs, encouraging her to forget about those who are bullying her by concentrating on her career with confidence.

Several people have been giving her a nod of support.


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