- Limpopo musician King Monada has challenged rapper Big Zulu to a celebrity boxing match
- The Idibala hitmaker took to social media to make the challenge and Big Zulu has responded, giving his go-ahead
- Mzansi social media users were amused by the exchange as King Monanda is significantly smaller than the towering Big Zulu
It’s lit in the Mzansi music industry and things have gotten even crazier. King Monada has now challenged Big Zulu to a boxing match.
The Limpopo-based music producer took to social media to send out his message to Big Zulu:
“I challenge Big Zulu to a boxing match. I am waiting for him to accept.”
He added a picture of himself standing in a boxing stance. Big Zulu received the message loud and clear and issued his own sceptical response:
“Aw yey akekho oncono? (Is there no one else?)"
Eventually, the rapper agreed to the challenge.
“But he's gonna break your long Giraffe neck mos.”
“You need to eat amadumbe for 3 years to be fit moshana.”
“You don’t need Big Zulu, you need food.”
“King Monada wanna fight Big Zulu. l hope une funeral cover.”
“All I’m saying is David did it. David defeated Goliath.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu's Inhlupheko music video hit two million views in just two months. The Imali Eningi hitmaker took to social media to celebrate the milestone.
The popular rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday, 19 May to thank his followers, known as the Nkabi Nation, for continuing to watch his video on YouTube and for their ongoing support.
"Nkabi Nation. Inhlupheko 2 MILLION VIEWS in two months. Siyabonga kakhulu. Nkabi Records," he said.
The single Inhlupheko is one of the leading singles to Nkabi's upcoming album. He is preparing to drop a new project this year but has not yet shared the official release date.
Big Zulu's fans took to his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him. Check out some of their reactions below:
"You deserve it bruh, you're a real Nkabi Nation, you're such an inspiration."
"Congratulations. Well done to the #NkabiNation."
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