Zahara Celebrates Her 33rd Birthday In Style

Zahara Celebrates Her 33rd Birthday In Style

Yesterday, November 9, 2020, marked the 33rd birthday of award-winning and multi-platinum selling artist Zahara. To mark this special occasion, the songwriter celebrated in style the night before with her friends in the industry.

In the early hours of her birthday, she took to her Instagram to share footage from what took place. Socialite Yaya Mavundla went live on the birthday girl’s phone to share some f the social moments with us.

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Happy birthday to me 😊 #Zahara33 ❤️❤️ Dress @tomircreations

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Zahara wore a beautiful dress with a crown on her head as her friends celebrated her. The likes of Ringo, actress Tina Jaxa, Aaron Moloisi, Berita Soul and many others were also at the party. The Loliwe hitmaker asked the crowd if she could sing for herself a happy birthday and of course, everybody said yes. From there onwards she burst into song, singing different versions of the popular ‘Happy Birthday’ tune and the crowd seemed to be enjoying it. It was definitely a night to remember as they danced to popular Hip Hop songs. And Just when we thought things couldn’t get any better, one half of Mafikizolo, Nhlanlha also took to stage to sing for the birthday girl. It was definitely a night to remember for Zahara.

However, some of her followers were not impressed as they took to the comment section to slam Zahara and her friends for not adhering to the Covid19 safety regulations by practising social distancing. They was also no one in sight with a mask on. Nonetheless, most of her fans saw it as an opportunity to wish their favourite singer a happy birthday. Beita Soul was also in the house.

Like most people, 2020 has also been a challenging year for the singer. In August this year, she laid her dear brother to rest following his untimely death. Zahara’s big brother was given a dignified send-off. She shared snaps of soldiers attending the funeral, as he was also a soldier. She also lost another loved one days later.

Born Bulelwa Mkutukana, Zahara started singing at the tender age of six-years-old. She released her debut album Loliwe in 2011 which went on to break music records in the country. The album went double platinum in just a few days, selling over a 100 000 copies in South Africa alone. The following year she walked away with eight South African Music Awards including ‘Best Female Artist’ and ‘Album of the Year.’

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