John Cena says Sho Madjozi ‘Did the impossible’ by starting the John Cena Dance Challenge.
Los Angeles, America – Singer Sho Madjozi was recently invited to perform on Kelly Clarkson’s new TV show. The Proudly South African singer hit it big with her song about the wrestler and the best part was he loves it too!
Sho Madjozi opens up to Kelly Clarkson about what it was like growing up in her rural South African village where there was only one television and how she first started watching John Cena in wrestling matches. Sho also reveals how she took his “You Can’t See Me” catchphrase to heart when dealing with some real-life struggles.
Sho then gets the surprise of her life when she finally meets John Cena in person, and he has so many nice things to say about her when they sit down together on the couch!
“I didn’t see him come in so when people were screaming I’m like yoh I’m killing it.”
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