Makhadzi apologises to fans after a no-show
Makhadzi and her record label, Open Mic Production released a statement to apologise for a no-show over the past weekend, 24th of September.
The singer was expected to perform at the Nothern Cape Heritage Festival, but she disappointed the event organisers despite full payment and the availability of a jet.
According to Daily Sun, the Limpopo-born-star couldn’t make it to the festival as she was booked and busy; she also had issues with the flight.
It was said that the musician was forced to apologise, and the record company released a statement explaining to fans and every others persons who were and still disappointed.
“Makhadzi had a packed schedule this past weekend, a Jet was organized to ensure a smooth travel from all her shows, later in the day she encountered an aviation obstacle which made it impossible for Makhadzi and crew to land a private Jet in either Bloemfontein or Kimberly as both airports close operations much earlier than her anticipated arrival,” the statement continues.”
“Several other efforts were made to transport Makhadzi and crew to this event, these efforts where however not successful taking into account the time of the day, Makhadzi’s safety and that of her crew.Makhadzi apologises with no reservations to all her beautiful fans in the Northen Cape and the organizers of this precious events. Makhadzi was looking forward to this event and she promises to come to the Northen Cape very very soon,” they concluded.