AKA shares new stance on life: Less social media and more happiness

AKA shares new stance on life: Less social media and more happiness

By the look of things, Mzansi rapper and hip-hop artist, AKA, is taking a time-out from social media. Supa Mega has hardly been sharing much info on his social media platforms of late.

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After he and DJ Zinhle reconciled their relationship, the couple have been rather quiet on social media, as compared to previous years. It could be perhaps the couple prefers to enjoy their relationship out of the public and in private.

But anyone can see from his social media pages, both Twitter and Instagram, that he is keeping it professional and purely for business and hardly posts anything about his private life or anything else.

AKA took to Twitter to share the effects he has had with laying low on social media. He wrote: "I’ve got my twitter usage down to a 8min a day average according to screen time. Trust me, your life will get better. Give it a try."

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His tweet is gaining traction on Twitter with already 492 likes, 56 retweets and 18 comments since he posted it earlier this morning.

But tweeps weren't feeling his new stance. As usual they called the rapper out by posting memes dissing his tweet. Some even hinted that he just has sour grapes because he is one of the most disliked artists on Twitter.

Here are some of the comments from his tweet:

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Meanwhile, a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.

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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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