Sho Madjozi has come out to squash reports that she is dating 24-year-old South Africa National Cricket Team (Proteas) star Kagiso Rabada.
Rabada who was recently rested for the 2020 International Series against England, briefly visited United States where he met up with Madjozi and the pair were spotted at several joints including the NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago.
This week during the Premier of the brand new Netflix series Queen Sono, Tshisa Live caught up with the John Cena hit-maker and cornered her about her relationship status with the cricket star.
“We are actually friends,” she said, with a giggle.
The Sassy Singer went on to admit they hang out quite often.
“I suppose the rumours come from the fact that we hang out a lot and I am a big fan of cricket,” Sho stated.
While she was being pressed to spill the truth, YOU publication met with the cricket player in Cape Town at the Red Bull Studios where Rabada had arrived for the debut of his father’s new single, Ska Checella Morago.
When he was coaxed to talk about his blossoming relationship with Sho Madjozi, he went ahead to even reveal how it all started.
"She's a friend of mine," said the South Africa cricket player.
The young sportsman went on to narrate that it all started off on Instagram.
"A year and a half ago, we were chatting on Instagram, then we just became friends. We've been friends ever since," he said.
When he was subsequently asked if he saw himself and Sho in a relationship considering that most relationships start out as friendships; he did not commit.
"That's a cliché, we'll just wait and see,” he stressed.
Queen Sono is a South African crime drama web television series created by Kagiso Lediga that premiered on Netflix Thursday. It is Netflix's first African original series.
In the series, Pearl Thusi (Quantico) an actress, model, television host, and radio personality plays an undercover agent for a South African intelligence unit, who uses unconventional methods to get the job done, whether her bosses like it or not.
With a mix of international espionage, family drama, and a dynamic lead with a messy life, Queen Sono is a complex and rich first offering out of Africa for Netflix.