Khutso Steven Kgatle, better known by his stage name King Monada has been trending for the wrong reasons on social media, it is alleged that skabhora moreki hitmaker's car was repossessed. King Monada’s M4 car was allegedly taken by police on Wednesday, according to the source it is said that King Monada is owing the bank money for the car, the bank had to repossess the car to recover the outstanding amount.
The singer in a Facebook post sarcastically joked about the incident " Ba txeri koloi tjo keboela maotong, yenngwe etlo rebolayang ke dikoloto" which directly translates to they took the car I am going back to walking, another thing that will kill us is debts. The singer included laughing emojis at the end of his post making a joke about the incident.
When a post was shared on Twitter about the singer's misfortunes. A pandemonium started after a Twitter was said to be celebrating his downfall, "Yes guys someone's downfall brings about happiness in my life my downfalls always brought happiness in so many people's lives I won't cry just because another man is down" The Twitter user commented. He was quickly criticized by another fan "We actually don't like each other in Limpopo and that's very disappointing, That's why witchcraft is very high".
The Covid-19 restrictions have been felt by everyone in the world especially artists. The country has been on lockdown restrictions since the virus outbreak in 2019. Some artists have been finding the going tough. The singer recently was trending for building a multi-million mansion today one of his cars could be repossessed. That's how life can come at you fast nowadays.
Many of his fans are sympathizing with their favorite artist, Many people are going through the same thing. He is only in the spotlight because he is a celebrity.
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