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DJ Maphorisa’s mother steals the show at PhorryLand festival – VIDEO

Well-known Mzansi DJ and record producer, DJ Maphorisa’s mother wowed fans as she graced the stage during her son’s much anticipated PorryLand festival.

Undoubtedly, the festival was a blast, and several singers performed, including Mlindo The Vocalist, Kabza De Small, and Shebeshxt.

However, one of the festival’s biggest highlights was DJ Maphorisa’s mother’s performance. To make the show extra special, DJ Maphorisa made his mother bless the crowd with a gospel tune.

DJ Maphorisa

Despite her performance receiving mixed reactions, fans gave her a nod thanks to her infectious energy. The DJ couldn’t help but brag. Taking to Instagram, DJ Maphorisa posted, “Guess I got it from momzo! Happy New Year, bo Lala #PorryLand24.”


No doubt DJ Maphorisa’s post has gained thousands of comments and reactions since it dropped on the internet. Fans were quick to flood his comments section with their two cents.

@spaceandza commented, “Au mamzo will always leave the event blessed ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️⭐️.”

@daonlymidst commented, “Even if bare o bethe Gospel you’d still survive NICELY!!!.”

@marciamaguba posted, “U fresh u mamzo sana Ncoo petuna, this is a beautiful blessing .”

@maleke_tebo commented, “Happy new year, lala. Now this is huge, Mama blessing the stage and the event❤️❤️.”

Over the years, it has become a norm for celebrities to tag their parents to gigs, and artists like Burna Boy have been doing it for years.

However, Oscar Mbo seemingly started the trend back home when he performed with his father at one of his gigs. Several artists have joined the bandwagon, DJ Maphorisa being the latest.


In other news – VIDEO: Somizi speaks on that controversial Mbongeni Ngema text

Popular Mzansi media perosnality, reality TV star, and businessman, Somizi Mhlongo has addressed claims that he shared a fake WhatsApp text from the late Mbongeni Ngema in an attempt to get attention from the public.


After Mbongeni died in a car accident on December 27, Somizi took to Instagram to share a screenshot of an alleged WhatsApp message from the veteran playwright thanking him for always being there for him “without any provocation”. Read More

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