- King Monada has shared that his luxurious BMW M4 was recently towed away as he is in a lot of debt
- In snaps doing the rounds on social media, the Limpopo musician's posh whip can be seen being taken away by the SAPS
- Some tweeps believe the star while others think that it was part of his PR stunt to promote his music
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King Monada's whip has apparently been repossessed. The Limpopo-born musician took to social media recently yo reveal the sad news.
Pictures circulating on social media show the star's BMW M4 being towed away in a police tow truck. King Monada told his fans on Twitter that he is in debt hence the cops came to repo the posh whip. Sunday World reports that they think the musician is broke following the incident.
May people took to the Idibala hitmaker's timeline to share their thoughts on his post. While some believed the star, other thought he was just pulling a PR stunt. Check out some of their comments below:
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"SAPS does not collect koloi Tsa dikoloto. He's either shooting a music video or the car was involved in some illegal sh*t."
"Apparently it was a stolen car, I said 'apparently', don't kill me akena funeral plan."
"Remember they can't take away you talent, kindness and you can always buy a better1. O tlo ba shap."
"It's gonna be a hit I'm sure. Nice PR stunt by the way."
"This is a song guys, I know this guy."
"It's okay you are not the first nor the last you will come around these things happen."
DJ Stokie invites artists from other genres to join the Amapiano movement
In other music news, Briefly News reported that DJ Stokie is one of the pioneers of Amapiano. The music producer has shared that there's still room for everyone who wants to be part of the popular genre.
The star revealed that every Mzansi artist needs to work together in order to take the yanos to the world. He wants hip-hop, DeepTech, Afropop and artists from other genres in Mzansi to fuse their sounds with Amapiano so that they can export it to other parts of the globe.
The Superman hitmaker praised the producers and yanos artists for the dedication they are putting into the sound. Stokie is known in Mzansi for producing hits such as Ipiano eSoweto, Superman and Amainternational.
He has worked with the likes of Kabza De Small and vocalists Daliwonga and Nia Pearl. The star has dropped two albums titled My Journey and Amapiano Movement (Vol. 1).
Source: Briefly News