- Master KG’s phone allegedly got hacked and he didn’t realize until he saw what was posted
- Checking his notifications after having left his phone allegedly unattended, Master KG saw that someone went onto his Twitter and posted a selfie of him
- Responding to one of the comments, Master KG tried to explain that it was not him who posted that
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Master KG’s phone allegedly got hacked and he didn’t realize until the tweet had already done its rounds on social media. Shame, Master KG was not happy when he saw what was posted.
Checking his notifications after having left his phone allegedly unattended, Master KG saw that someone went onto his Twitter and posted a selfie of him with a rather self-consumed caption.
Seeing how people reacted to the picture made Master KG feel rather embarrassed. The picture was posted along with a caption that said:
“Hi mi name is Master KG and I’m hot just like my music.”
Master KG immediately deleted the post but it was a tad too late. Peeps had already screenshotted and shared the post far and wide. Responding to one of the comments, Master KG tried to explain that it was not him who posted that, however, the people were having none of it.
Some feel that if Master KG did actual post the picture that he should own it. My guy, you are entitled to feel whatever way you want to about yourself and the opinions of others should never dictate that.
“Lol bro its crazy coz I was not on Twitter the whole day someone was tweeting on my behalf and I found this when I logged in n deleted lol.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG has taken to social media to reveal that his smash hit Jerusalema is now double platinum in Italy. The song has helped people throughout the world beat the Covid-19 blues away by participating in the #Jerusalema Challenge.
The track has continued to fly the SA flag very high across the globe. The epic song features Mzansi songstress Nomcebo Zikode on vocals. The Limpopo-born musician took to Twitter on Wednesday evening, 14 October to share the good news with his followers. The artist wrote:
"Jerusalema is now double platinum in Italy."
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