King Monada slaps fan mid-performance [watch]

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It appears to be “slap season” around the world, and nobody got the memo except our favourite celebrities.

Last week, amapiano dj and producer, Kabza de Small almost gave a fan in Botswana a beating, then it was the viral Will Smith slap that he gave to Chris Rock at the Oscar awards on 27 March, and now its King Monada.

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FAN GETS SLAPPED BY KIND MONADA DURING PERFORMANCE

The Limpopo singer has Mzansi likening him to Will Smith after furiously attacking a fan during one of his performances. Although no details were given about the incident, a short video shows a fan grabbing King Monada’s nether regions while he performs. What follows is a very hot slap from the Malwedhe hit-maker.

Clearly Monada is not one to be messed with and this fan found out the hard way. Take a look…

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WHAT ABOUT THE KIND MONADA VS BIG ZULU MATCH?

During the uproar on social media surrounding Will Smith’s reaction to Chris Rock making fun of his wife, Jada, King Monada also reacted. The musician, who laughed a the the incident, asked fans to let him in on the joke. This, however, prompted a fan to ask him about his boxing match against Imali Eningi rapper, Big Zulu.

“Kganthe o klapa neng Big Zulu mona [Man, when are you smacking Big Zulu?]” the fan asked.

The fight between the two artist was scheduled for March this year – according to a poster the Ivolovolo rapper had posted in December 2021. But, with just one more day of March left, it seems fans are going to wait a bit longer for the eagerly-anticipated match.

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TWITTER REACTS TO KING MONADA’S SLAP

“Will smith multiplied,” a fan wrote.

“OK Guys…. As from tomorrow can we all evaluate our actions so we don’t induce slapping or slap other humans. Jeeepers it’s been a violent week and it’s only Tuesday. Or is this how we close out March?” one tweep pleaded.

While another Twitter user asked: “What did we say about touching people where they are not supposed to be touched?

“Tis the season to catch hands,” said another tweep.

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