Rapper AKA shows lack of interest in mentoring potential artists

Rapper AKA shows lack of interest in mentoring potential artists

AKA may be one of the most popular rappers in South Africa at this time, but that does not mean he's about to share his wisdom with upcoming artists. AKA gave an unenthusiastic answer when asked if he'd consider mentoring.

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AKA's popularity is ever-growing and he is attaining major success in the music world. Thanks to his hard work, he is also currently one of the most popular rappers in Mzansi.

He was nominated for Best International Act in the 2019 BET Awards, and did a Q&A on Twitter where he answered some questions posed by BET Africa.

When AKA was asked if he'd consider to ever mentor or manage any potential artists, he said he doesn't think so.

BET Africa: Would you ever start a career in music management or mentorship to potential artists, since you’ve experienced so much in the industry?

AKA: Hmmmmm. I don’t think so.

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The reaction to this lukewarm answer was mixed. Briefly.co.za noticed that some of AKA's fans thought it was funny, and others were surprised.

Twitter user @njingampanza could only comment with one word:


Another user, @WaniThobani, asked the rapper to at least think about it:

"Please consider it, cz you can reach people the value of ownership and the rights you have as an owner of masters."

Yet another social media user, @AndyCocaine, was less than impressed with AKA, and gave him a piece of his mind:

"Stop acting like a f&$king clown and respect your fans... that girl legit was just tryna have a vid with you and you clapped her phone out of her hands...You really a b*tch nigga these days."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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