- King Monada has been dragged to court by his baby mama for not agreeing to a papgeld payment increase
- Monada was requested to pay R1 200 per month and has told his legal team that this is too expensive for him
- The musician enjoys luxury cars and a "soft life" but just can't seem to afford to pay the money asked of him
Idibala hitmaker King Monada has run into a bit of trouble with the law for not agreeing to increase the amount of papgeld he pays. The musician's baby mama Sharon Masia says that the money she receives from the artist is no longer enough.
Masia is asking for R1 200 every month for her 11-year-old child with King Monada. He had been paying R500 and she says it's not working any more because she's no longer a student - she used to supplement the cash with her NSFAS stipend.
King Monada and Sharon Masia had their child when they were still in high school, they broke up in 2013.
"I was getting this fund when I was a student at the Tshwane University of Technology, but because I finished last year and I’m now unemployed, the amount he gives me is no longer enough to support our child," she told Sunday World.
Masia says that when she raised concerns about not receiving enough money from Monada, he said that he could not afford to pay R1 200.
According to a report by ZAlebs, King Monada and his legal team said that R1 200 was too much for him to pay, despite the fact that he enjoys luxury cars and the "soft life".
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Zenande Mfenyana called fake people out. Zenande Mfenyana took to social media recently to warn her fans about fake people. The Queen actress shared a few pearls of wisdom on fake friends.
Zenande took to Twitter a few days ago to tell her followers to walk away from people who don't appreciate them. Sis said:
"When someone shows you how little you mean in their life, believe them. Stop trying to foster. They are never going to love and appreciate you the way you love and appreciate them. Know your tribe, take care of your tribe."
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