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Master KG Bought New Wheels. The Car Is A Real Beast.

South African celebrities are really making a lot of money, especially in the music industry. Our celebrities are making money and then make sure they spend it wisely, they buy houses, cars and make investments that will bring them more money.

Kgaogelo Moagi, known professionally as Master KG, is a South African musician and record producer. Born and raised in Tzaneen, his debut studio album Skeleton Move achieved acclaim including an AFRIMA Award for Best Artist/Group in the African Electro category. He is also known as the pioneer of "Bolobedu" dance. 

Things are really going well for Master KG, its the beginning of the year and he has achieved a lot already. The Jerusalema hitmaker is really focusing on his music career which is paying his bills and getting him all the luxurious things he wants to own. Master KG has a very beautiful house and cars that he bought using the money he gets from music.

Today Makhadzi posted him on Facebook while standing next to his car that he just bought and its a brand new car not a second hand. This was Makhadzi's caption on her post " congratulations mukwasha" which means congratulations my husband or my love. Master KG did not just buy a regular or normal car but he bought himself a beast, a very expensive car called " Porsche " wow we are so proud of him. He is a living proof that there is life in the music industry. Not so long ago they released a new song with Makhadzi who is his soulmate. The couple made rounds on the social media platforms for releasing a very powerful hit that was loved by so many people.

Master KG did a very good job, he has proven that nothing defeats or limits a black person but It is only our thoughts that are preventing us from prospering.

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