MTN gives Master KG a gift for his efforts with her

MTN gives Master KG a gift for his efforts with her

Master KG has instantly become a national treasure and large companies like MTN want to guard the producer at the least costs.

MTN gives Master KG a gift for his efforts with her

The Jerusalem hitmaker revealed earlier in the week that he had misplaced his two handhelds a Samsung S20 Ultra and iPhone which cost an estimated R40 000 combined.

Master KG Tweeted during a series of Tweets that he was distraught after he forgot his two cellphone devices during a Bolt Taxi. “I forgot my two phones inside @Boltapp_za and therefore the guy dropped me off And immediately once I realized my phones aren’t witted me. I tried calling they guy phone, and it had been off..5hours later it had been on he says he did private trips they could have taken my phones. and therefore the guy says he switched his phone off immediately after dropping me…coz he was tired mxm eish,” said the musician.

Now during a turn of events, MTN has come to his rescue, the enormous network replaced his phone and Master KG couldn’t be any more proud.

“Big because of @MTNza For replacing one among my Lost Phone devices…FOR Free,” said the DJ.

Almost everyone features a Bolt Driver story to share and it is often a nasty story because Bolt trips always end in tears. The e-hailing company’s drivers are notorious for being sketchy, rude, and have even been accused of being a part of the growing human trafficking syndicate within the country.

When the hit-maker realized that he had forgotten his devices, he quickly alerted the driving force but all he got was a voicemail, this is often a classic move that a lot of have experienced with Bolt. The cellphone devices were most likely sold on the “Black Market” and expecting their new owner. His fans tried to console him but to their disappointment, it didn’t work. Most social media users had nothing good to share about the e-hailing service though.
MTN gives Master KG a gift for his efforts with her
Bonang Matheba has reportedly also lost her jewelry that’s worth R100 00. it’s imagined to are stolen, but no arrests were made.

Bonang said she moved from her house from July till August. During that period, she noticed that her diamond-encrusted bracelet had gone missing and possibly stolen. Bonang opened a case at the Sandton police headquarters, and therefore the spokesperson captain Mavela Masondo had confirmed that a case of theft was opened, however, there are no arrests at the time of the publication.