- Big Zulu and King Monada have left Mzansi entertained with the prospect that they will be entering the boxing ring soon
- Many excited boxing fans have started taking bets about who they expect to win the physical challenge
- Although the obvious answer was Big Zulu, King Monada also had a few backers in his corner
The fight between Big Zulu and King Monada has Mzansi feeling all types of excited.
Although it will likely end on social media streets, many have had some fun taking bets on who would win between the two.
The firm favourite is still Big Zulu because of his sheer size. However, some social media users have put their pennies on King Monada. They argued that Monada was smaller and therefore faster than Big Zulu.
Check out some of the reactions:
“Monada will take this one phela u Big Zulu has never fought alone , ujwayele eyase rank le yokuthi sizokshaya.”
“King Monada is too thin. Big Zulu will miss all the punches, then Monada stabs him with his little fists and wins.”
“Don't be deceived by looks.. in a fight, big zulu will get tired quick cos of his weight.. then "legelege" can destroy.”
“As a fellow skinny I'd advise Monada to get sick on the day of the fight.”
“More like David and Goliath kinda situation....and we all know what happened but let me tool.”
“Big Zulu all the way.”
Big Zulu's wins outside the ring
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu's four singles have gone platinum. The excited rapper took to social media recently to share his good news.
The talented musician took to Twitter to share that Isiginci, Vuma Dlozi, Imali Eningi and Ama Million have received platinum plaques.
The Imali Eningi hitmaker worked with the likes of Cassper Nyovest, Musiholiq, Riky Rick and Intaba Yase Dubai on the hot singles. Big Zulu is one of Mzansi rappers who are doing very well in terms of music streaming and sales. He gained a lot of fans in December 2020 when he dropped Imali Eningi.
The star's hard work and dedication is paying off big time. Nkabi's fans took to his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him.
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