Master KG Slams Fashion Trolls

"...I'm putting on what I like..."

By  | Mar 11, 2021, 10:22 AM  | Master KG  | Fashion

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Internationally acclaimed musician, Master KG was recently trending on Twitter again for his wardrobe. This was after the musician posted a snap of himself on Twitter and was once again trolled for his fashion sense. The musician also received negative comments for his style when he celebrated his 25th birthday on social media a while ago and posted a snap of himself in his bandana and his t-shirt.

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A tweep trolled the musician by tweeting: “Your style needs a switch up bro,” to which the hit-maker replied: “Nah!!I’m putting on what I want I’m sorry.” 

The musician also faced a huge backlash after winning The Style Icon Of The Year Award towards the end of last year at the South African Style Awards.

He took to his social media platforms to share the news:

“Another award in the bag, Thank you.”

Then the fashion trolls came for him and let him know that they don’t think he deserves the award because he doesn’t put much effort in his wardrobe.

A troll replied: “Mara ka style hai aretsi congratulations,” after the DJ won the award.

But the DJ wasn’t fazed by trolls by stating the award was aimed at the achievement he’s made in the music industry and not so much the fashion industry as may tweeps assumed. 
The hit-maker also recently announced that his song ‘Jerusalema’ has also gone triple platinum in Italy on social media and got congratulatory messages for his achievement from his fans and celebrities.

He tweeted: “Happy to share that Jerusalema is now 3xplatinum in Italy.”

A tweep congratulated him by tweeting: “When they say one song can change your life, this is what they mean! #Jerusalema,” 
He’s also had a sold out show in Ethiopia recently and shared several images and videos of his magical  show:

“Sold out show in Ethiopia yesterday! Big thanks to all my fans for showing up in huge numbers. Jerusalema is our home. Listen to these amazing voices of Ethiopians singing along to Jerusalema. This touched me deep,”

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