People are often encouraged to make the best use of whatever they face, from hate to adversity, and they would likely come out in the wash. It turned out that South African musician Zandie Khumalo is one woman who believed in this admonition.
At least her latest post indicated just that. The controversial singer has just thanked her “haters,” admitting they have contributed massively to her successful music career.
Show business thrives in “noise,” and, apparently, by her “haters” always talking about her all over the place, they make her music sell as people try to find out more and what she has to say through her music.
In a post on her verified Instagram page, she had noted that her song “Amatshe” is doing pretty well on the charts. And who could have been responsible for that? She generously gave credit, including her fans and admirers, adding “gossipers” and “haters” in the mix. You can check out her post below.
Her post was a source of a good laugh to some Instagram users while some commended her for sticking it out despite all the criticisms and attacks from those who don’t like her.
Zansi is a sister to Kelly Khumalo and one of the women entangled in the Senzo Meyiwa murder case.