South Africans took to Twitter to share their thoughts after reports of Master KG's Jerusalema going viral world wide. Many questioned Art & Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa for his silence and lack of support for the Limpopo born star. Master KG's is currently on the top 5 most played songs in the world with videos emerging from every corner of the world, with people dancing to this hit song.
what is stopping you from supporting @MasterKGsa
in showcasing his talent around the world? His Jerusalema hit is played all over Africa and Europe; Top 5 played song currently
Why ninjena Nyambose? Can't even support one of our own? Nikhona bo.
South Africans reacted to the tweet above, see the replies from Twitter below:
Replying to @_AfricanSoil
That a lazy minister
Replying to @_AfricanSoil
He only tweet condolences nd 4 his faves.He is 1 of the most useless Minister,i feel pity for artists and sports people.They deserve better,this 1 is the worst.I still wonder wat made @CyrilRamaphosa made him a minister.U can see even when he try to read the speeches!
Master KG is definitely headed for global stardom as the video for Jerusalem is currently on 50 million views. The song was released in 2019 but it is continuing to rack impressive numbers almost a year after, we all know what they say about classics.
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