- AKA's fan base has made their favorite Mzansi rapper trend once again on social media
- The Megacy took to Twitter and shared their favourite songs and music videos from Mega using the hashtag #MyAKAFavourite
- The stans had previously shared that their fave will not be silenced while an investigation into Nellie Tembe's death goes on
AKA's fans have made the rapper trend again on social media. The Megacy shared some of their favourite hits from Supa Mega using the hashtag #MyAKAFavourite.
The stans shared links to Mega's classic videos such as The World Is Yours, Jika and news videos such as Energy and Starsigns. The supporters have made it known that their fave will not be silenced while an investigation into his fiancée's death continues.
They have been using especially Twitter to defend the Fela In Versace hitmaker and to make him know that they got his back. Check out some of the comments from AKA's fans below:
"My flames. #MyAKAFavourite."
"This is mine #MyAKAFavourite."
@tintswalomegacy said if Jika is not on her wedding playlist, she'll turn back:
"If this song isn’t on my wedding playlist, ko jika!!!"
"Bryaston Drive is the most underrated masterpiece from AKA."
"You know there is this song no one is talking about, DreamWork #MyAKAFavourite."
The Megacy pledges allegiance to AKA
In related news, Briefly News reported that AKA's fans have taken to social media to show their support to their fave. The rapper has been in the news since his fiancée Nellie Tembe passed away in March.
His stans, known as the Megacy, have taken to Twitter to pledge their allegiance to the grieving musician after all that has been said and written about him on social media.
In a statement they released on Twitter, Supa Mega's fans said AKA would never be silenced while they are around. There have been calls to silence the musician while an investigation into Nellie's death continues.
The Megacy accused Mzansi influencers, podcasts and some organisations of being paid "in the hopes of silencing or getting rid of AKA".
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