It is without a doubt that Master KG is swimming in cash following his successful Jerusalema tour and his successful music career in general. The muso is also about to be two times richer as he will be getting what’s due to him as his record label will be gunning for all those recording companies who used his song to profit from it.
The wealthy producer is responsible for the world phenomenon that is the Jerusalem Challenge. He is undeniably raking it so he chose to flex on the gram, just a little bit. His flex however was seen as being a tad bit brandish so people told him to tone it down a bit.
Phrases such as “catching flights not feelings” has rubbed people the wrong way. His latest flex was when he flexed about what’s in his bank account saying “crazy balance.” That too did not sit well with people and was told to stay humble.
Twitter user @omoalusi said Master KG was becoming very greedy and many agreed with him
“In my opinion master Kg is becoming greedy, I mean the said song made the world dance, and sometimes he was the one tweeting and making the song trend.”
These sentiments come after it was revealed his record company will be gunning for all those big companies who profited off of his hit song.
Eye Witness News spoke to Open Mic Productions lawyer Dumisani Motsamai who told them that these major companies are profiting off of Master KG’s and Nomcebo’s hard work. He excused people who took part in the challenge just to kill some time or because of boredom, however, many companies have been using them for their own gains.
“I saw brands where you would see a drone showing a view of a company yard, then you will see their workshop, they dish out products, they make sure they give you a picture of every product they sell. The song is playing in the background, and because it is playing in the background, now I have an interest in seeing what this particular company is doing,” he told the publication.
He also added, “There has been a thin line. Some of them will show maybe their logo at the beginning and it’s all about the dance. But some of them when you look at them, it’s all about the brand, the company that is doing the challenge, and little about the challenge.
“If the challenge is taken and someone is dancing with their family, individually, and has nothing to do with brand endorsement, has nothing to do with using the song to push a particular brand and put the brand in the face of people with the song in the background, then that’s fine,” he clarified.