AKA ends social media user after being accused of stealing material

AKA ends social media user after being accused of stealing material

- AKA's 'Fella in Versace' track used an over 20-year-old line from Benni McCarthy and TKZee

- A tweep decided to point it out, again, and he came off second best

- Supa Mega and his fans ended him

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The whole stealing lyrics drama seems to be a huge thing these days. We have seen the like of Miley Cyrus, Davide Guetta and many more, be accused of stealing lyrics and/or beats from other artists tracks. A social media user recently decided to try and catch AKA out and he came off second best.

AKA’s track, ‘Fella in Versace’, dominated charts in 2018. A lot of people were jelly about the song’s major success, but nonetheless, it was huge.

Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA was recently accused of stealing the line, "Hey lekker lekker fish and chips", from Benni McCarthy and TKZee who busted the line over 20 years ago.

Although this is not the first time that this fact has been highlighted, it is the first time that someone has tried to take a stab at him for it.

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A tweep decided to quote the line and tag AKA in the post. The shade throwing tweep accompanied the post with a GIF of a man shaking his head in shame.

Instead of giving the tweep the satisfaction of grating his carrot, AKA simply replied and agreed with the tweeps sarcasm in stating that it was ‘timeless’. Shame, now who’s feeling the burn?

Fans stood right by their Supa Mega’s side and defended his ‘timeless’ greatness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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