WATCH: King Monada’s Radical Solution For High Fuel Prices Leaves Mzansi In Stitches


“Money Never Changed Him” Video Of King Monada’s Tongue-In-Cheek Solution For High Fuel Prices Leaves Mzansi In Stitches

 

 

South African musician King Monada has left Mzansi in stitches after he shared a video of his seemingly novel solution to the high fuel prices currently bedevilling the country.

In the tongue-in-cheek video, King Monada makes fun of the country’s high fuel prices by using a toy truck to do his shopping.

In the video, the Limpopo Musician is sitting in the truck, complete with a seat belt, while a person who is off camera is pushing him.

King Monada, who is holding a loaf of bread in the video, captioned the post,

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Due to the highest price of petrol. I have decided to mind my own business.

 

King Monada’s video for how to deal with the high petrol prices in Mzansi has been going viral on social media, as people enjoyed the funny video.

Many also remarked on how King Monada remains humble despite the money. They commented on how he hasn’t changed and is still living his best life according to his values and standards.

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@Christnature

This guy is living a simple life “you can tell money never changed him.

 

@Dakalo_SA

This guy never let the industry control or change him, outlook on life like he hasn’t seen anything, my leader.

 

@KeletsoMss

The most unbothered celebrity!

Very genuine guy….

 

@gm_tladi1

King solving the problem

 

@Syzalouw

This dude living freely within his community is really tops.

 

@Writester

I swear kasi life is awesome guys, esp. when I visit my fam in Northen Cape. Simple lives, no worries, no stress, no rush. City life sux, too fast-paced and violent.


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