- Mzansi rapper Ifani took to social media to put AKA in the spotlight but got dragged by his followers instead
- Ifani also mentioned Black Coffee in his tweet and Mzansi social media users were not impressed at all
- Fans dragged Ifani for his quiet music career and put him on blast for dragging celebrities so he can trend
Ifani has been quiet for a while but took to social media to give his two cents about AKA's situation. Ifani tweeted:
"I'm so glad I'm not a celebrity any more. I feel for Nkosinathi. I feel for Kiernan. No, wait, sungxama... I feel for Nkosinathi qha."
Ifani mentioned Black Coffee in his tweet as well and although he might've been trying to offer some sympathy, it wasn't received well by Mzansi social media users.
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AKA has been trending on social media since footage of him and his late fiancée Nelli Tembe was leaked to the media. Black Coffee on the other hand, is facing accusations of GBV from his estranged wife Enhle Mbali.
Ifani said that he felt sorry for the musicians but he got dragged on the timeline instead. Check out the reactions below:
"Yet you trying so hard to be relevant, rest like your career."
"You've never been a celebrity, the closest you came close to was being an upcoming artist."
"Is this you trying to be relevant? Cause music didn't work for you."
"Lemme trend quickly this morning by mentioning a real celeb."
Briefly News previously reported that calls grew for an AKA boycott amid an investigation into Nelli Tembe's death. The hashtag #MuteAKA has been growing in popularity on social media as more and more social media users join the calls to boycott the rapper and his music.
This call comes after disturbing videos were leaked of AKA and the late Nelli Tembe. Some of the footage has left many believing that the Fela In Versace hitmaker was abusing the 22-year-old.
An anti-GBV group, Women For Change, has taken to Instagram to call for the muting of the rapper’s music until further notice. The activist group called on radio stations to stop playing the rapper’s tracks.
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