Mzansi' music star, AKA shared the new with his fans on social media after he bought his first ever art piece from the Keyes Art Mile in Rosebank a day ago.
Now that rapper and hip hop sensation is rolling in the dough, he decided to join millions of other celebs around the worlds by investing his money in art.
The lucrative culture of buying art began centuries ago. Most rich celebs today buy art for three main reasons - it looks beautiful, it makes money for you while it rests in your home, and to fit in with the image of buying art like what othe rrich people do.
AKA took to his Instagram account a day ago and shared a photo of himself in the Keyes Art Mile, his 'art buyer' look if you may, and wrote: "Bought my 1st art piece today."
His new 'art buyer' look didn't look much different to his everyday look though, but fans were delighted about his latest purchase. His post was liked by more than 32.5k people.
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za reported that fans of hip-hop are enjoying AKA's MOE (Megacy Over Everything) 2019 Tour, which he is currently on. It is set to end - probably spectacularly - in Johannesburg at the Mall Of Africa on the 13th of April.
As if a tour by Supa Mega isn't enough, the rapper has chosen some of Mzansi's favourite musicians to headline his tour, such as A-Reece.
Yesterday Briefly.co.za also reported that the Mzansi hip-hop star, AKA, took to Twitter two days ago, to share his frustration about peeps that are taking advantage of him and holding him back from furthering his career.
The entertainment industry is a cut-throat business in which everyone is looking to make extra dough wherever they can. AKA knows that, as he has been a victim in the past when he was taken advantage of and now it is having a negative effect on his career, preventing him from moving on.
The Fela in Versace hit-maker took to social media two days ago to share his frustrations with his fans. Although he didn't go into any details, we can see by his tweet that these shady business deals really have him on a low right now.
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