- A woman who goes by the name of Queen Lolly told Sunday World that Master KG impregnated her
- She began a relationship with the record producer three years ago when they worked on a song together
- Master KG says that the woman is delusional and crazy for saying that he got her pregnant
Record producer Master KG has been caught in a bit of drama. A woman who goes by the stage name Queen Lolly claims that the Jerusalema hitmaker got her pregnant. Her real name is Nomfundo Shezi and she told Sunday World all the details about her whirlwind romance with him.
Queen Lolly said that her relationship with Master KG began three years ago when he asked her to work on a song with him.
Things started to become complicated when he wanted to take things to the next level and she had to keep traveling to see him, she even paid for her own flight tickets. They never got around to completing their song because Master KG wanted sexual favours in return for the beat he was making for her.
"At first I refused to sleep with him but I gave in when I moved to Pretoria in January this year," she told Sunday World.
Queen Lolly says that she is prepared to raise the baby on her own without any help from Master KG as he says she is delusional. Lolly was shocked to see that at the time she was having a relationship with the producer, he was still entangled with the musician Makhadzi.
The two women exchanged harsh words and had a physical exchange after Makhadzi found Lolly chilling in Master KG's home.
Briefly.co.za got in touch with Master KG but his comment was not available at the time of publishing.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG showed off major soft life goals in a recent snap. Master KG is enjoying his moola and showing it off for all to see. The music producer recently took to social media to show off a picture he took from a snazzy getaway.
The getaway came after the muso landed from Dubai after being booked to perform there. His post left social media users analyzing it and of course, some people picked up a few things.
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