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Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG buys himself a Ferrari

Master KG has bought a new Ferrari as he celebrates the success of his global hit Jerusalema.

Fresh from reaching a record 150 million views on Youtube, Master KG blessed himself with a luxury car to match his standard. He posted the video of his newest asset.

He posted the video of his achievement with a celebratory caption, ‘150 Million Views!!Oreng mood”

He took some time to rev the car to give his fans a feel of the sound of his new machine.

Watch the video below:

Fans rushed to congratulate him:

‘How am so happy all this happens to the most humble guy like MasterKG….who won’t sing about this Car for next 10 years,’ commented on Chris on Twitter.

‘Congratulations Master Master KG, you are humble and you uplift other artists. I’m happy for your success as if it has happened to me, may the Lord continue to expand your territory and may Jerusalema reach 1 billion views,’ posted Nkosi.

‘This is encouraging for other artists who are starting like me to see you succeed. I’m sure on the right path. Congratulations Master KG,’ said one Luthando.

The Ferrari adds to Master KG’s impressive collection of cars. He has a Ferrari, a Mercedes and a VW Golf GTi.

2020 has not been a great year for artists but Master KG has enjoyed his most fruitful season. The #JerusalemaChallenge is the largest world competition right now and it has helped the world to go through the Covid-19 pandemic with hope for the future.

Yesterday he announced that he is working with one of the world’s biggest artist and something is brewing.

Good luck Master KG you deserve all these good things.

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Get wowed as Wahu Kagwi and employees take up the Jerusalema dance challenge

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Afro Siri DanceIt was a normal day at work, Covid-19 screening done at the front door, sanitizers on and masks to boot, staff got their gears ready, tending to customers before they all hit the dance floor. Learn more

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