- K.O is livid that the Gauteng provincial government used his likeness for a coronavirus campaign without his consent
- The star took to social media to show his followers the image of himself that was used to front an anti-coronavirus campaign by government
- K.O's fans encouraged the star to forge ahead with legal action as what the Gauteng government had done was unacceptable
K.O is extremely upset with the Gauteng provincial government for using his image to front a coronavirus campaign without his consent.
The star took to social media to share, with fans, his surprise at seeing his face on the government campaign.
K.O said he was extremely disappointed with the government for not consulting with him first.
Fans agreed that what happened was indeed unacceptable.
K.O tweeted, "What is this? Deliberately using a suggestive caricature of myself (and my former Cashtime associates) in this fashion as the face of Covid-19 (with) no consent? A whole (Gauteng Province) government! How low and unscrupulous! I feel violated and extremely disrespected. (I am) seeking legal advice."
Fans agreed the the province was in the wrong and one even provided the original 2015 video.
K.O has worked extremely hard on his brand, so it's no wonder he doesn't anybody tampering with it.
Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O had said he's been extra-motivated to work even harder as of late.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that King Monada was thrilled to see an entire family, right down to the baby, wearing his branded merchandise.
Huge fans of King Monada's made sure to prove that they have the muso's back.
A man, his wife and their two children wore Monada's gear to their family portrait photo shoot.
The house musician re-posted a picture of the family and made sure to show his appreciation for the awesome gesture.
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