The two were previously cool until their song “Ghanama” blew up prerelease. This led to a tussle over ownership of the piece. To prevent escalation of hostilities, Makhadzi had initially lied that there was no crisis with King Monada and that what happened was a PR stunt to promote the song.
Soon enough, though, it became clear that all was not well between them, a reality that was all the more glaring when Makhadzi released “Ghanama” with only Prince Benza on it.
King Monada had released a version of the song in his turn, giving Makhadzi’s verse to a different artiste. But his version wasn’t particularly successful. Anyway, the beef is over now, and both artists are keen to move on – and maybe create something again.
In a recent tweet, King Monada had informed the world that he and Makhadzi had reunited. He also thanked their fans who have been rooting for amity between them since they fell out. Makhadzi was in the comment section of his post with five red heart emojis. See below.