- A man shook the Twitter timeline when he claimed that Master KG bought a house for him
- The Jerusalema hitmaker confirmed it by replying to the tweet, congratulating the man
- One Twitter user hilariously told Master KG to watch what he's doing for people because SARS will come for him
A Twitter user (@Djngwazilu) took to the timeline to share that Master KG did a good deed for him. The Twitter user thanked Master KG for helping him through a tough time and now he has a home because of the music producer.
The man wrote: "I had never ever thought that one day I will wake up and clean my own house in Johannesburg Midrand. A blessing on top of another thanks brother love Master KG."
The man was hinting that Master KG is responsible for the house he lives in and Mzansi social media users were surprised that this might be the case.
One Twitter user asked him if Master KG had bought him a house and the man confirmed it by replying yes to his tweet.
Master KG himself replied to the tweet saying: "Congratulations my G. More blessings."
Another Twitter user (@Phalamodise) took the opportunity to warn Master KG about the good deeds he has been doing for others.
The user hinted that once the South African Revenue Service (SARS) gets wind of all that he's doing, they will come for him.
"In all these blessings Master KG, don't forget about a certain gentleman called SARS. He is observing all these displays of blessings you are publishing and will soon want his pound of flesh," said the user.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG announced the Jerusalema music video reached 300 million views. Master KG posted some news to social media and added yet another accomplishment to his very long list.
The music producer announced that the music video for his hit song Jerusalema had reached 300 million views on YouTube. KG posted the news and a screenshot of the count as he expressed gratitude to all those who had watched and helped him achieve the milestone.
Master KG's fans then took to the replies to congratulate him on his success and say that he deserved all of it. There were also those who were optimistic that the view-count would keep climbing and hit new milestones.
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