AKA receives invaluable role model advice from Lindiwe Mazibuko

AKA receives invaluable role model advice from Lindiwe Mazibuko

- AKA expressed his concerns for the KZN flood victims but was worried about people throwing shade at him for helping

- Fans reminded the rapper that people are going to have something to say no matter whether what he is doing is good or bad

- Lindiwe Mazibuko, former DA politician, gave him some invaluable advice that inspired AKA

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There is no denying that Mzansi’s Supa Mega is all about the show, but at the end of the day, the man’s intentions are always good and pure. AKA recently learnt that despite what people say, you should never stop doing what you feel is right.

AKA is big on social media and sharing his life with his fans, but it comes with a price. Being a celeb and having everyone poking around in your personal life is by no means easy.

Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA recently reached out to help those affected by the floods in KZN, but he was nervous to make it public as he has already been attacked earlier this year for a previous act of kindness that he made public.

The rapper took to social media to air his views and ask his followers for their advice and support.

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AKA received an overwhelming and heart-warming amount of support. His followers reminded him that haters gonna hate no matter what you do, good or bad.

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Former DA parliamentary leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko, stepped forward and gave AKA a life-changing piece of advice that touched him.

Lindiwe told AKA that all he needs to do is "lead authentically". Wow, now that’s something right there!

AKA was clearly moved and inspired by Lindiwe’s advice, because he slipped straight in to her DMs.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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