- Master KG has been accused of exploiting Nomcebo Zikode and has set the record straight that he will ignore the bad energy
- The internationally acclaimed artist said he and Nomcebo will continue to "rock" despite the negativity
- He is set to release a Deluxe Version of the Jerusalema album soon
Internationally popular musician Master KG has inspired many with his budding career. His hit song Jerusalema, featuring Nomcebo Zikode is being played all over the world and gaining more popularity by the day.
Master KG has been accused of exploiting Nomcebo, especially after Ntsiki Mazwai sparked controversy by saying that Nomcebo does not get celebrated as much as Master KG. Mazwai said that this was problematic because Nomcebo wrote and also sung the lyrics.
Master KG says that he and Nomcebo will continue to make music together.
"Me and Nomcebo we still gonna rock and we won’t allow bad energy to take that away," he says.
Master KG says that he will continue to ignore the bad energy and negativity. He will not feed into the bad energy and he and Nomcebo will continue to "rock".
He is also planning on releasing new music soon.
He said: "People can expect to hear more good music everywhere, I am dropping my Jerusalema Deluxe album soon so I will be honoured to introduce the world to more music."
Hopefully, it will be as big of a hit as Jerusalema.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on Loyiso MacDonald getting real with Mac G on not speaking vernac languages. The Queen actor Loyiso MacDonald has opened up about not being able to speak any vernacular language in a recent episode of Podcast and Chill with Mac G. Even on the popular telenovela, Loyiso speaks only English. During the interview, Loyiso also revealed that he is a committed atheist. An atheist is a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods.
Mac G took to Instagram and shared snaps they took on the day of the interview. He captioned his post:
"I really think I need to start watching The Queen, this guy is way too cool. For a minute he almost converted me into an atheist but I still love my God shem."
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