Social media “detectives” are clearly working overtime in looking way past the surface regarding photos that are shared on various platforms on the Internet.
Quite recently, a photograph of both Sho Madjozi and Sjava has been circulating around social media platforms whereby the award winning musicians can be seen looking out for each other at popular eatery, Eyadini in Kwa Zulu Natal.
Clearly the pressure surrounding the photo got to Sho Madjozi, as she eventually took to Twitter and explained that, Sjava was merely removing glitter from her hair and she was innocuously removing lint from his jacket. Upon close inspection, it poses as no wonder that scores of their respective followers would naturally assume that there might be heavy components that could easily insinuate a romantic relationship of some kind.
Taking to Twitter, Sho Madjozi posted the following:
“He was removing glitter from my hair and I was removing lint from his sweater. A Zulu King and a Tsonga princess looking out for each other. It’s sweet. I can see why you guys want it to be a love story. “
He was removing glitter from my hair and I was removing lint from his sweater. A Zulu king and a Tsonga princess looking out for each other. it’s sweet 😊😊 I can see why you guys want it to be a love story 💕 pic.twitter.com/i5P7YkB9l4
— #LimpopoChampionsLeague (@ShoMadjozi) July 10, 2019
Though rumours of a possible relationship have been squashed. These two do share quite a few similarities that are hard to miss.
The year 2018 saw Sjava clinch the coveted BET award. This was regarded as an impressive feat,especially since it was his debut as a nominee. The same goes for Sho Madjozi with her recent win at the BET awards held in June 2019. It hasn’t been that long since she blazed the music industry with her authentic sound which is heavily influenced by her partly Tsonga culture.
These trailblazing musicians are easily the faces of bravery and pride hence most African artists find ease in adapting to the American style of artistry. Sjava has proudly raised the flag in expressing himself in his Zulu culture. Whilst Madjozi has championed all things Tsonga and her people in Limpopo.