AKA fires shots at Mmusi Maimane, jokes ANC paid for his vacation

AKA fires shots at Mmusi Maimane, jokes ANC paid for his vacation

- Rapper AKA throws shots at DA leader Mmusi Maimane on social media

- This was after the party uploaded a video blaming the ANC for national tragedies

- The rapper joked that the ANC was funding his vacation

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AKA is once again going off on social media and the latest victim is DA leader Mmusi Maimane. The rapper took to social media to respond to a DA election campaign. The online campaign was a video uploaded by the opposition party, from a march to Anderson Street in the city centre yesterday.

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Briefly.co.za reported that at the end of the march, the DA revealed a billboard in memory of the victims of Marikana, Life Esidimeni as well as for the children who have died in pit toilets. The party alleged that the African National Congress was the cause of these tragic events.

The “Fela in Versace” hitmaker responded to the post by asking the DA leader:

“What if we printed the names of all the people who died under Apartheid and put that on a billboard”

Other social media users shared his views that the DA was exploiting tragedies for votes.

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However, another group accused the rapper of pandering to the ANC and being paid to tweet by the ruling party.

He responded by jokingly saying that the ANC paid for his vacation.

The rapper is currently on vacation, and many believe that he is with his baby mama DJ Zinhle.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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