One of South Africa's most talented musicians made headlines. King Monada appears to be in financial trouble. Almost all artists are affected by the pandemic we are currently facing.
Due to Covid19 regulations and protocols, there are no concerts or performances for these artists. Artists make money from their fans and can do it on stage from time to time. There are pictures of the recovery of the BMW M4 by the King Cute and it could be because he is unable to pay the monthly payments.
King Monada did not go online about this, but he responded strongly to the person who shared these images to show his feelings.
These images were posted on his Twitter account by Hlakiso and what was a surprise was when King Monada blocked him on Twitter after posting these images. That says a lot and people think it's true.
King Monada did not publicly disclose the loss of his car. It is understandable that artists are negatively affected by the pandemic and that it is difficult to make money as it used to be.
King Monad may be broke, but the pandemic will end and he will be back on his feet. It is traumatizing to realize what is happening right now, as it is difficult to lose the materials that he has struggled to obtain.
"Yes friends, someone's fall brings happiness to my life. My defeats always bring happiness to the lives of so many people, I am not going to cry just because another man is depressed ”.
Not everyone is affected by the disappearance of King Monada, this shows that there are enemies waiting for you to fall to cheer yourself up. King Monada has to go out and give his fans a statement that his car was stolen. His silence says a lot.
“We really don't like each other at Limpopo and that's very disappointing. That is why witchcraft is so high. "
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