- MacG trended on Twitter on Thursday, 11 March after interviewing Heavy K on his podcast
- MacG's fans took to social media to share that they enjoyed the latest episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG
- Heavy K also took to Twitter to show appreciation to MacG for inviting him to the podcast
MacG trended on social media recently after interviewing Heavy K on the latest episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG.
The musician took to Twitter to give a shout-out to MacG and his co-host Sol Phenduka for inviting him to the podcast. Heavy K wrote:
"Special shout-out to my bro @MacGUnleashed & @Solphendukaa really had fun! Continue killing it #PodcastandChill."
MacG and Heavy K trended on the micro-blogging app following the epic interview. Both the stars' fans reacted positively to the podcast. Check out some of the comments below:
"I enjoyed the interview. You are a legend."
"Very interesting interview... Khusta shows us that when you always remain true to yourself and not live according to people's standards you go very far."
"When @HeavykDrumboss responded to @MacGUnleashed after asking him how much he used to make, and he said, 'I'd say R600K on a bad month', that really got me feeling like sikhaphe abanye abantu la emhlabeni."
"I really enjoyed that interview... One of my favourites thus far... Salute drum boss.'
"That was a special interview."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that MacG is on a mission to interview Trevor Noah. The host of Podcast and Chill with MacG took to Twitter recently to ask the Mzansi comedian, who is now based in the US, to bless them with an interview.
MacG has one of the biggest and popular podcasts in the country. The media personality's fans have taken to his comment section to ask Trevor to accept the invitation.
Trevor is currently in the States living his best life as he's the host of that country's popular The Daily Show. Many tweeps shared that Trevor needs to come back to Mzansi and answer some of the questions they've been wanting to ask him since he left for America.
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