King Monada Dragged for Posting Luxury Car but Refusing to Pay 'Papgeld'

King Monada Dragged for Posting Luxury Car but Refusing to Pay 'Papgeld'

- King Monada recently took to social media to show off his car but the reaction he got was not what he expected

- The Limpopo-based musician was flamed for not wanting to increase child maintenance payments for one of his kids

- According to reports, Monada currently pays R500 and refuses to up the payment to R1 200

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King Monanda did not expect a hostile reception when he recently took to social media to share a picture with his luxury BMW. The music producer happily posted with his friend near the stunning car, however Mzansi was more concerned about why he was dodging his child maintenance payments.

According to reports, Monada pays only R500 towards one of his kids and is refusing to up the payment to R1 200 as per the mother’s request.

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King Monada dragged for posting luxury car refusing to pay 'papgeld'
King Monada was dragged for refusing to support his child. Image: @kingmonada
Source: Instagram

Many felt that the musician can actually afford the payment but is just being selfish instead.

Social media user @lollymkunqwana said:

“The funny part is that people think bringing a couple of attorneys in maintenance court means you won’t have to pay maintenance. Bring them! You’ll pay your attorneys AND maintenance. Let the games begin.”

@collen_sambo2 said:

“Before we forget. It alleged that this fellow King Monada is paying only R500 for his child maintenance and is claiming that he can’t afford to increase it to R1 200. We are pleading with him as men to correct this and stop denting our good image as fathers.”

@snekhumalosa said:

“Support your kid properly wena deadbeat dad.”

@saitama_m said:

“Chief do you realise the amount of damage this will have on your career? The feminists, journalists who are good at destroying promising careers, etc. All that fake humble persona went down the drain for a maintenance. Get your act together chief.”

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that the musician recently took to social media to share a video of himself grooving to DJ Vitoto's smash hit Banjuka.

The Idibala hitmaker is not just a good musician but he is also a good dancer. The star was really enjoying himself on the day he took the video. He was just having a bit of fun with his fellow Mzansi musician's song.

In the clip, King Monada can be seen driving his car. When DJ Vitoto's track hits, he hops out of the moving vehicle and starts dancing to the epic track.

Monada posted the clip on his verified Instagram account. He captioned the post:

"When @djvitoto strikes."

Mzansi social media users took to the star's comment section to share their views on his post. Most of them loved the star's energy.

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geanods commented:

"Energy approved."

stillpicturesphotography said:

"I saw that coming."

dorismataboge wrote:

"My favourite song."

vince_mpowered_sa said:

"Man... This is greatly done... Nothing beats happiness bro."

nikel_emmersonn_dube wrote:

"You are the best."

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Source: Briefly News

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