AKA's American-based fans were not impressed with him when he cancelled a Washington DC gig at the last minute. The rapper apparently had 'commitments' in New York and couldn't make it to the US capital.
Rapper AKA left his US fans feeling neglected when he made a last-minute cancellation of a gig in Washington.
He was set to host the Culture Fest Afterparty on Saturday in Washington but sent out a tweet saying he won't make it.
His fans felt disappointed and disrespected that AKA felt being in New York was much more important.
TimesLIVE reports that Krystal Thorpe, AKA's spokesperson, said the rapper had gotten caught up with his commitments in New York.
"AKA's sole purpose for his current trip to the US was for his responsibilities as a Reebok ambassador. Everything else was secondary to that.
"Unfortunately, work for [the] client was unforeseeably extended and he could not depart New York in time to make his appearance in Washington DC."
Briefly.co.za gathered that AKA's booking agent met with the event's promoter to work out a solution that will keep his fans happy.
"His booking agent is in engagement with the event promoter, as AKA is still in the US, to work out a favourable solution for the event and his fans. He was never billed to perform, but just as an appearance."
Not that fans cared about that. They just feel that the rapper does not appreciate their love. Here's what some of them had to say:
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