Pimped Up Rides: A Peek Inside Master KG’s Stunning Car Garage

Pimped Up Rides: A Peek Inside Master KG’s Stunning Car Garage

Master KG has enjoyed immense success with the song Jerusalema. The South African music producer had earned millions from endorsements and streams of the global hit. His life has taken a turn for the best as he steps into soft life goals daily. His car collection has also grown remarkably ever since his bank balance got an upgrade. Briefly News takes a look at his luxury vehicle collection.

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1. Volkswagen Golf 7R

Master owns a Volkswagen Golf 7R which he purchased a few weeks before his 23rd birthday. The stunning car is worth around R600 000.

2. Audi A6 Avant

The Limpopo muso also owns a gorgeous silver Audi worth a whopping R889 600.

3. BMW 3 Series

After Jerusalema hit 100 million views, Master KG decided to celebrate by purchasing a beautiful blue BMW 3 series which he is often pictured with.

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Pimped up rides: A peek inside Master KG’s stunning car garage
Master KG is a huge fan of fast cars. Image: @masterkgsa
Source: Instagram

4. Mercedes Benz A-Class

You can’t have a collection of cars without including the classic Mercedes. A fan of the more sportier edition, Master owns a stunning A-class.

5. Ferrari FF

In September last year, Master KG took to Instagram to show his fans his newest ride after Jerusalema got 150 000 views on YouTube.

6. Porsche 718 Boxster GTS

Clearly having picked up a taste for luxury cars, Master KG went and splurged R1.5 million for a new Porsche.

Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Master KG thoroughly enjoyed the year 2020. It was the year that his song became a global anthem and his name became a household favourite. He has also made some major bucks.

The track Jerusalema, along with the viral challenge that resulted, made Master KG one of Africa’s biggest exports last year. Jerusalema became the most Shazamed song in the world at some point.

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Taking to social media, the music producer graciously thanked all who supported the song and made it a success. He said he would share fond memories of the past year as it was successful in every single way for him. The muso tweeted:

“I will always remember 2020 because is the year that I had my first global hit Jerusalema ft Nomcebo. Thank you world for making my dream come through [sic]... thank you GOD and my family for lifting me up for the whole world to see my talent.”

Social media users shared their thoughts at his beautiful words and showed their appreciation for his gratitude. Veteran talk show host Felicia Mabuza-Suttle said:

“Happpiiii @MasterKGsa! I know the chief said, "No tin hitting" in #Mzansi. Will do it here for with #StayAtHome. Thanks for keeping our spirits high with #Jerusalema during the most challenging year ever son. Wishing you continued success. Keep us dancing!”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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