MacG talks about the rumors of profits from YouTube

MacG talks about the rumors of profits from YouTube

“MacG and Sol respond to Israel Matseke Zulu’s allegations he made on Limpopo Podcast about not being called by MacG to celebrate 3 million views.”

MacG and Sol Phenduka have apparently become aware of the information that was spearheaded by Colbert on Twitter (social media). It was about that there were some people who thought that if you have 3 million views on YouTube, that means you have made 3 million Rands, but that was not the case. MacG had to make people aware of it, but he would not share how much he had made in total since the beginning. The information being spread by Colbert is that alleged the claim is about Israel Matseke Zulu, and it is not clear if he wants a share. He has recently revealed that he has found it not good that other interviews after MacG keep asking him the same questions.

He is not happy because they are not creative enough to give him something different, and he does not want to continue to answer the same questions he did on the podcast and chill. That was a fair comment coming from him, and it would not be good if he did not want to conduct any interviews going forward. That was a referral that people should go back to his previous interviews, and in that way they will not have to repeat the same questions. Since the information was shared by Colbert, does it mean that more interviewers will want to get paid in the future and will charge for an interview?

“Israel Matseke Zulu (formerly known as Israel Makoe) is a South African actor, poet, singer and dancer best known for his role as GP in the SABC1 drama series Gaz’lam, from 2002-2005. He was born in Alexandra Township and is the second-born in the family of five. He grew up aspiring to be famous. From 1988 to 1994 he was involved in criminal activities. He was arrested for the first time at the age of 14 for house breaking and theft. In 1996 he was sentenced to serve eight years in prison. While serving his jail term he decided to form a theatre group called Abaqobi Drama Group. The first play that he wrote and directed, Hayi Kabi Magenge, had some of the inmates and the members of VSTC based in Alexandra. In 1999, when he was released from prison, he got a chance to work for the Victory Sonqoba Theatre Company which is where he had the opportunity to audition for the award-winning SABC1 drama series Yizo-Yizo. He played the role of a gang leader in prison, and ended up recording a sound track with Kwaito star Mandoza.”

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