Kgaogelo Moagi who is well-known as Master KG is a South African musician and record producer who is currently dating African queen Makhadzi.
Master KG is well recognized for his debut studio album Skeleton move achieved acclaim including an AFRIMA award for best artist in the African Electro category.
Master KG took it to Twitter to show his fans his new wheel but they grilled him instead of compliments. Fans believe that African queen Makhadzi is the one who bought that car since they claim that she is drowning in millions now.
Even though Master KG is also swimming in millions because of his song Jerusalem that went international, people don't think he could afford new wheels.
However, some people believe that it is valentine's present for his African queen Makhadzi. He used her money to find something nice to surprise her on valentine's day.
Do you think Master KG can afford this car or is clear that he used Makhadzi's money to buy it?
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My source https://twitter.com/kulanicool/status/1491462433990451200?t=Y9X8MXK2o7tcC-SXPcJgOg&s=19
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