Rapper iFani tells AKA to address abuse, not just tweet about it

Rapper iFani tells AKA to address abuse, not just tweet about it

AKA's call on Mzansi men to stand up against the abuse of women had rapper iFani mocking him and saying he should do more than just tweet about the issue. The musicians have been feuding since 2015.

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Rapper iFani has launched another attack on his long-standing foe in the music industry, AKA. This time, iFani aimed at AKA's call on Mzansi to end the abuse of women.

iFani has taken to social media to mock AKA and told him to do more than just tweet about the issue.

TimesLIVE reported that iFani said AKA's 'antics' are amusing and that he should be actually doing something about it rather than simply tweeting.

This comes after AKA nearly exploded on Twitter about the issue of abuse against women and children in South Africa.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that the feud between AKA and iFani goes all the way back to 2015 when AKA threw shade at iFani's album reaching gold status on its first day of release.

AKA said it was sponsors who bought the albums and that the rapper was deceiving Mzansi about how popular he is.

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According to iFani, AKA ruined his album plans, and a feud was born.

AKA hasn't responded to iFani's mocking. Yet.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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