Master KG Warns Of R300 000 Scam As Scammers Target Him And Nomcebo Zikode

Master KG Warns Of R300 000 Scam 

Master KG Warns Of R300 000 Scam


Popular South African producer and global star Master KG has warned his followers to ignore social media messages from scammers who are targetting the ‘Jerusalema’ hitmaker.

The Limpopo-born musician, real name Kgaogelo Moagi, took to social media to warn his followers that he is not associated with a R300,000 scam which is being run by some unscrupulous people who are trying to take advantage of his name.

This comes after a Twitter account impersonating Master KG has been sending out a series of messages promising to dish out R3000 to 100 people who follow the account, like and retweet the messages. The impostor account uses the Twitter handle @master_kgsa while the real Master KG uses the handle @MasterKGsa.

The fake Master KG account which recently joined Twitter has also been using images of Master KG and songstress Nomcebo Zikode to promote its tweets. Below are some of the messages.

After learning of the scam by the imposter, Master KG posted a message advising his followers of the scam. Writing on Twitter, Master KG said

In September, Master KG partnered with the South African National Lottery to give away R20,000 a day for people who excelled at the Jerusalema dance challenge. It seems that the imposters were impressed by how Master KG, leveraged his fame and fortune to get more social media followers that they decided to replicate the modus operandi.


Master KG Warns Of R300 000 Scam


It also looks like the scammers have also set up a fake Nomcebo Zikode Twitter account which they are using to build up a huge social media following.

Nomcebo is yet to comment on the issue.


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