Lady Du Strikes Gold In Zimbabwe | See How Much The Amapiano Superstar Earned
Amapiano star Lady Du took to her social media page that she departed Zimbabwe with more wealth than she arrived with, following her performance in the neighbouring country.
The singer of the hit song “Umsebenzi Wethu” made this disclosure in response to a question from a Twitter user about how her recent concert in Zimbabwe went.
Lady Du expressed her admiration for the enthusiastic welcome she received upon her arrival in Zimbabwe and during her performance over the weekend.
The talented Amapiano musician from South Africa graced the stage at the Alex Sports Club in Harare on Saturday during the Bush Party.
Her performance was backed by Zimbabwean artists like Voltz JT, and she also sang “Chururuka” alongside King98.
Following her electrifying performance at the Alex Sports Club, Lady Du shared that her concert in Zimbabwe proved to be very profitable.
The talented musician disclosed that she secured four additional gigs after impressing her audience with her outstanding performance.
Taking to her official Twitter account, Lady Du said:
😭😭😭😭 zim yho no ways 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 I filled a sports ground and club 🔥🔥🔥🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 I got 4 more shows from this booking
When asked about the amount she earned from her performance in Zimbabwe, Lady Du disclosed that she made a sum of R25 000 solely from tips. She shared this information, saying:
My tip alone was 25k 😭😭😭
Lady Du also disclosed the details of her collaboration with King98 on their hit song, “Chururuka.” She admitted that when she initially messaged him, she did not anticipate that it would lead to a collaboration.
To her surprise, King98 flew her to Zimbabwe and provided her with a car to use during their recording sessions.
Lady Du also expressed her appreciation for King98, stating that Zimbabwe is fortunate to have such a talented artist.
“King 98 flew to me and told me he wanted a feature. I thought it was good to be the usual random WhatsApp messages and we were done. King 98 rented a car for me just to make me feel comfortable. Zimbabweans you are so blessed to have such artists around you,” she said.