- Master KG has left Mzansi shook after he revealed his age recently
- The Jerusalema hitmaker has achieved such enviable success with the song that one would think he is much older than he is
- When he revealed his actual age, many were convinced that he was probably using his soccer age - a term for an age younger than they really are
Master KG has left many in disbelief after he revealed how old he actually is. Many could not believe that the Jerusalema hitmaker is so young.
The internationally-recognised musician, who produced a hit that is loved worldwide, revealed that he is only 24.
Master KG responded to a tweet from a fan who asked him how old he is. His response immediately went viral as his followers tried to digest the revelation. Many just couldn't believe it and were convinced that he was using his 'soccer age'.
Twitter user Black_God50 said:
"What, are you sure you're not using younger age like Khune?"
"I was younger than you when you started your music career, now I'm older than you? Chelete keeps people young."
"Hawu, I thought you're in your 30s."
"Hayibo master, are you sure that you are not using football age?"
"24 years? Take your cap off first."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG definitely came to slay in 2020. The star's hit song, Jerusalema, was a shoo-in for one of Mzansi's top five songs last year.
However, no one could have predicted that it would become a worldwide hit as the rest of the world loosens Covid-19 restrictions and gets back to clubbing.
As a result of this phenomenon, the spotlight is firmly on Master KG. The star has decided to let fans know a little more about himself and explain a few things - including why he always says "Wanitwa mos" on every track.
Master KG explained that the phrase is his signature. KG said, although he realises it irritates some people, he won't stop saying it as it works for him
Master KG tweeted:
"I'm always told to stop shouting 'Master Master KG, Wanitwa mos' on my songs.'I know it can be annoying, but it works for me hlee (please)."
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