Mzansi hip hop legend, AKA took to social media yesterday to share some good news with his followers. Looks like the rapper is ready to sign another big endorsement deal.
AKA hinted that he is working with a new brand on his Instagram account, and although he didn't say with whom, it looks like he could be landing another endorsement deal.
The rapper just started working on a new partnership with Huawei SA brand but by the look of things, he may have just landed another big deal.
He wrote: "Something BIG is coming. I’m about to #RewriteTheRules #P30Series @huaweiza".
If all goes as planned, this could be another big check in the bank for AKA, the way he landed his other big endorsement deals with Reebok, and Cruz. Huawei is a broad brand established in China but supplied a worldwide distribution of phones, laptops, tablets and broadband of course.
While most fans are excited for AKA, others couldn't help but point the competition between AKA and Cassper Nyovest. Cassper recently signed a big endorsement deal with Samsung.
Simply put the social media fans explained the comparison of the two rival's deals: Nike vs Reebok, Ciroc vs Cruz, Samsung vs Huawei.
We just have to wait to find out what the SupaMega is planning with Huawei.
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that our Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award winner, AKA, is currently in Istanbul.
AKA owned the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles this past weekend. He took the title of Favourite South African Star and decided that he deserves a treat for his win. So, he jetted off to Istanbul.
It’s no secret that AKA loves to travel at any chance that he gets. Mzansi’s Supa Mega is a total globe trotter. Briefly.co.za saw that AKA has been spotted in the culture-rich city of Istanbul, Turkey, compliments of Turkish Airlines.
He took to social media with a post in partnership with Turkish Airlines in which he shared a few snaps of his trip, along with some details about his favourite airline, Turkish Airlines, and the stunning city of Istanbul.
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