- Master KG knows exactly how to deal with social media users who choose to bring negativity
- The music producer recently demonstrated this skill when he dealt with a troll in a humorous way
- Mzansi social media users were left laughing at his wit while the party pooper was silenced
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There will always be haters, the best way to deal with them is laughing them off. This is exactly what Master KG did recently when a troll tried to have a go at him.
The musician is currently everywhere due to the popularity of his song Jerusalema. One social media user expressed that he's tired of seeing the star.
The Twitter user said:
"The moment I see Master KG I’m changing the channel"
Master KG happened to come across the tweet and took it with a light heart. Nothing seems to affect this man's positivity as he responded to the troll:
"Uzoba Strong!! Kenna MTN Everywhere you go"
Social media users loved his response and expressed their thoughts in the comments section. Twitter user LekweneTlotlo said:
"I love you though Mr KG, God's favourite."
"Master KG you are highly favoured, trending worldwide is the most lifetime blessing ever."
"You should have concluded with 'waswitwa mus'."
"Shots fired. this is the kinda tweet I signed up for."
"MTN did you see that? Secure the man while you can."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG has dropped a major hint about his upcoming project. Hot off the global success of Jerusalema, the music producer has been approached by a big star for a collaboration.
Although Master did not reveal who the star was, his announcement left social media users feeling excited.
Master KG has become a global name after his hit song Jerusalema became the biggest song in the world. The Jerusalema challenge has been trending globally and Mzansi could not be more proud of the local artist. Many have been concerned that the trending song has not been translating into cash for the musician, however Master has put those fears to bed.
The Limpopo-born artist took to Twitter to share that he would be working with a huger superstar and could not contain his excitement. He tweeted:
"I just got a call from one of the biggest artists in the world... Something beautiful is coming."
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