- South African musician Master KG recently left Mzansi divided with a social media post
- The Jerusalema hitmaker jokingly flexed his wealth but some Mzansi tweeps did not find it funny
- The Limpopo musician was told by some of the unimpressed users to remain humble
Master KG did not get the response he expected when he took to social media to flaunt his riches recently. The music producer shared a picture of himself staring at his phone screen and captioned it:
“Checking the Crazy Balance its lit”
The picture was met with a divided response from social media users. While some were impressed and happy for the muso, others felt like he was doing too much.
Twitter user omaolusi said:
“In my opinion master Kg is becoming greedy, I mean the said song made the world dance and sometimes he was the one twitting and make song trend.”
“You honestly need a stylist bro ur taste of fashion is so terrible”
“Stay humble, it works. Just saying”
“They have already paid those companies u are suing?”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee has backed the decision by Master KG’s label to start charging companies that used the Jerusalema track for advertising purposes.
Taking to social media, Prince Kaybee said:
“Its not invalid for @MasterKGsa to ask for money. Some companies were not joining the challenge because they love the song but to hijack the global trend created by the song which is like getting international ad campaign at zero cost.”
Prince Kaybee is known for being outspoken about musician's owning the rights to their own music. His post was met with mixed reactions from social media users. Twitter user DMaunzey said:
“Jerusalema money is abt to finish so he needs counter measures to keep the bag safe”
“I won’t dispute that. My question is why now, at its anticlimax, did he deliberately wait for several companies to “hijack” the trend. Or am I late to the party?”
“Yeah it's good when they just joining challenge, but other companies started advertising their products using the Jerusalem challenge. Sue them master kg”
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