Botswana artist Vee Mampeezy Divorces Wife, Snatches Makhadzi From Master KG?

Makhadzi held her second one-woman show in her hometown of Limpopo over the weekend, and over 23,000 of her devoted followers were in attendance to watch her perform.

Her boyfriend, who is also a musician and hails from Limpopo, Master KG, was supposed to show up, but he later issued an apology to the public saying that he was unable to attend due to delays in his flights. Despite the fact that he did not appear at the show, it was a success, and Botswana musician Vee Mampeezy showed his support by performing alongside Makhadzi.

Many of the fans of the Limpopo couple are curious as to whether or not Makhadzi and Master KG are still together. This is because her fans were upset on her behalf because he did not show up for the event. It was reported that the two were still together and doing well in their relationship. On the other hand, Master KG took to Facebook today to give Botswana artist Vee Mampeezy a piece of his mind and warn him to stay in his own lane in the music industry.

Makhadzi caught offside, cheating her bae Master KG with Vee
The name Vee Mampeezy is called out by Master KG.

Vee Mampeezy is allegedly disrespecting Master KG, and the moves that the Botswana artist has been making, while he is in South Africa, are described as being “lame” in a post written by Master KG. Vee is told by Master KG to stop attempting to squeeze into his shoes because the latter believes they are too large for the Botswana musician. The hitmaker behind Jerusalema issues another warning to Vee, telling him to desist from whatever it was he was trying to do with Makhadzi, whom he refers to as his wife.

Vee Mampeezy, on the other hand, does not keep quiet; rather, he responds to the musician who was born in Limpopo and tells him that he is the one who enjoys fame. Vee claims that the person who initiated the conflict on social media is the one who is obsessed with fame because of how quiet he has been. As Master KG warns Vee to stop what he is trying to do with his wife, the two engage in a heated debate in the comment sections of each other’s posts.

Vee Mampeezy made the announcement on his Facebook that he was going to divorce his wife in the midst of all the drama that was going on between the two musicians. His statement claims that his wife, Kagiso, has been keeping a secret from him for the sake of their children.

As a result, the couple has been living apart for a number of months at this point. The only time the two were seen together was for official business, and they finally worked up the courage to announce their separation publicly. Makhadzi’s devoted followers have been pressing her for a response, but all she has said in response is that they should leave the matter alone. Makhadzi claims that the reason she was unable to perform in Botswana was that Kagiso owes her an apology for something that happened in the past.

A Life From Slums To Mansions: The Biography of Vee Mampeezy
Vee Mampeezy is the House – Kwasa sensation that has won the most fans in Botswana. He goes by the name Odirile Vee Sento in real life. Mpinche, kgosi ya stratla, and king of Kwaito kwasa are all titles that have been given to Vee.

Makhadzi caught offside, cheating her bae Master KG with Vee
The following is a brief overview of Vee’s ascent to fame:
Vee Mampeezy Age

Vee spent her childhood in the village of Hukuntsi, which is located in the Kgalagadi District of Botswana. On May 17, 1983, he was brought into this world. At this point in time, he is 36 years old.

Vee Mampeezy Marriage

Kagiso, a former model who is now a DJ and the brand ambassador for Shell, is Vee’s husband. Kagiso also has a modeling background.

When Kagiso was competing in a beauty contest during the President’s Holidays in 2003, the couple first crossed paths with one another.

On his birthday, May 17, 2014, Vee and Kagiso exchanged vows and became husband and wife. Their extravagant wedding was attended by the most prominent figures in the music industry, as well as Cabinet Ministers and the President of Botswana, Ian Khama.

Gert Johan Coetzee, a renowned fashion designer, was the one who designed Kagiso’s dress.

Vee is a mother to two young children, a daughter, and a son. Elijah is the name of the child, and 2007 is the year he was born. Armani Amen Omatla, his newborn daughter, arrived in the world in December 2015.

Vee Mampeezy Career

Vee was forced to sell his property so that he could launch his career as a musician. He was able to record his first song with the money that he had earned. According to Vee, no record label wanted to sign him because they didn’t like his music. This information was shared with GaonaLive.

Vee explains that his first song helped him get opportunities such as sponsorship from Yarona FM and even opened doors for him in general. Pompa Tswidi was Vee’s first studio album, which was released in the year 2001. Lamalanga, his follow-up album, which was released in 2002, is the one that really put him on the map, though.

Throughout the course of his career, the artist has collaborated with some of the most well-known figures in the entertainment industry.

In 2016, he invited some of South Africa’s most popular musicians to work on his album Vee Mampeezy with him, and they all agreed to do so.

On the track “Sele,” DJ Maphorisa and DJ Buckz both made cameo appearances as guest artists for the album. In the same year, he also collaborated on the song Jaiva with DJ Tira and Naak MusiQ, both of whom have won multiple awards for their work.

Other notable South African musicians whom he has collaborated with include Kuli Chana, the late Sfiso Ncwane, and the Hip-Hop artist Cassper Nyovest, who has won multiple awards for his work.

The year 2019 marked the release of his song “Dumalana,” which featured the work of the Zimbabwean musician Dr. Tawanda. The video for the song has been viewed millions of times on YouTube. Jah Prayzah is one more Zimbabwean musician that Vee has collaborated with in the past.

Vee Mampeezy Awards

Throughout the course of his lengthy career, Vee has been honored with a number of accolades, including the Metro FM One Africa award in 2017 for his song “I Do.” He was the first artist from Botswana to ever win an award from Metro FM.

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