- Moonchild is one of Mzansi's sexiest singers and has the tendency to dance more and wear much, much less
- The gorgeous star certainly did the most with her performance on the second instalment of Fact Durban Rocks that was broadcast on Channel O today
- Moonchild wore a thong underneath fishnet stockings and gyrated on the stage, while rapping some extremely raunchy lyrics
Moonchild is a woman who isn't shy to bare it all and shake up the scene. The star has totally embraced her curves and doesn't mind showing them off.
She completely shocked and titillated Mzansi with her Fact Durban Rocks performance. The show was put together by DJ Tira and broadcast on Channel O.
The star performed in a thong bodysuit and fishnet stockings. Her assets (complete with sexy tattoo) were just out for all to see as she jumped, pranced and danced around the stage.
While most agreed that her performance was off the chain, it was just too much for some to handle.
Brian Khabo wrote, "My wife changed the channel when Moonchild was performing."
Tshepo Segodi said, "South Africa wasn't ready for Moonchild."
Another tweep said Moonchild's display shocked his entire family.
Another star who brought the house down at this year's Fact Durban Rocks was Babes Wodumo. Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes' choice of clothing had fans speculating that she might be expecting a baby.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's Jerusalema is a firm favourite in clubs and parties around the world and the latest place for it to make waves is in Switzerland. DJ Black Coffee showed that Jerusalema was requested by club-goers in Arzachena, Sardinia.
The club was positively going wild as the song jammed loudly through the speakers. We're so proud of Master KG for repping Mzansi all across the world.
Black Coffee shouted Master KG out with a picture and reference on social media. Master KG was over the moon and thanked Black Coffee for the recognition.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!