Popular South African musician, King Monada, is a notable musician in the music scene that is reaping the rewards of his hard work.
The talented musician is building a mansion worth R1.5 million for his family members in rural Limpopo. The star is reportedly married to two women.
King Monada, who entered the music as a dancer in 2005, has made a mark as one of the most consistent and hard-working musicians in Mzansi.
The polygamous star built a mansion for his family in his hometown, Mokgolobotho. Mokgolobotho, located outside Tzaneen in Limpopo, is a small village without some basic amenities like electricity and water. King Monada built his six-bedroom mansion opposite the home where he grew up.
His mansion was meant to be completed by this month. However, it will have to be postponed because of the nationwide lockdown.
Speaking to Elegance7, King Monada said:
People might judge me for building such a huge house in a village that is still developing, but this is my children’s home. This is where we all feel at home as a family.
King Monada stated that the nationwide lockdown that has forced everyone to remain indoors proves that the entertainment industry is unstable. Now, he needs to invest in something else that is worthwhile.
I decided to build this house because an artist’s lifespan is never guaranteed, so I needed to make sure that if anything happens to me or my career, my two wives and children would not suffer.
Having all the fancy cars is great, it is beautiful. But that’s just it. You cannot invest a car, but a house is surely an investment. This house is big enough and does not need any extensions even in future.