King Monada unhappy after lodge owner hires truck full of thugs, attacks his family

The family of award-winning singer King Monada suffered an attack after he failed to pitch at a paid event at a Limpopo resort on Saturday. Monada, actual name Khutso Kgatle, has subsequently apologized for not showing up.

King Monada’s family attacked.

It is said that, out of annoyance, Madupa Lodge’s owner, Peter Madupa, drove to Monada’s double-story house, which he lives with his two wives and children in the Mokgolobotho village outside Tzaneen, with a truck full of people and began hurling stones at it. The Moreki hitmaker stated that he was too exhausted to drive to the event on Saturday.

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Monada said that the people Madupa brought to his house seemed heavily intoxicated.

“They violated the freedom of security and maliciously damaged the property of the family,” he said. He also apologized for not making it to the event citing fatigue.

“We sincerely apologize to our fans and anyone concerned for not making it to the event as scheduled. We had many gigs to attend at various places and due to the distance and time constraint we were not able to make it,” he said.

To take legal action after attack


It’s alleged that Monada was paid for the gig that was initially scheduled for 31 December. When Monada did not pitch, an arrangement for him to perform at the lodge on Saturday was made but again he failed to pitch. The singer has now threatened to take legal action against Madupa.

“We do not appreciate the manner in which the issue was handled by Mr Peter Madupa of Madupa Lodge, whom we held in high regard. This conduct is completely unacceptable and we consider taking legal action to protect the rights of King Monada and his family and to deter anyone from interfering with their rights,” the statement said.

King Monada further urged fans not to be distracted by any negativity that may be caused by this.

“We remain committed to providing entertainment services to our fans,” he said.

The Idibala hitmaker is not a first-time offender, last week, ZiMoja reported that he refused to pay back R60 000 paid to him to perform at the Sasha Lifestyle establishment in Thembisa in December. Again in December, he was a no-show at another paid event at the Limpopo Legends Awards (Lila) in Polokwane.

The organizers have also threatened legal action against Monada.

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