The South African Dj, producer, and songwriter, Master KG has just left people in disbelief after revealing how much he just spent on a leather outfit. It is no secret that Master KG has been making history lately and securing the bag all over the world.
Master KG made history with his song, Jerusalem which featured Nomcebo Zikode. This song is the biggest song to ever come out of South Africa, it has run up millions of streams and it has won several awards. Now Master KG is enjoying his success. According to Master KG, he just came back from the tour and just pampers himself with a new outfit that cost nothing less than R27 999.00 "I came back from your with a couple of Euros and I went straight to Sandton @dieselsa to get some drip..swipe next see more" proudly said, Master KG.People have shared their thoughts in the comment section about Master KG spending this much on an outfit. Many people were saying Master KG is just wasting money "Aybo Master KG so much money for only a jacket," said a Twitter user. "R27 999 that's a flipping salary man," said another Twitter user.
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