AKA took to social media to question why men and women aren't treated the same - the rapper says women are allowed to be vocal about their dating preferences but men can't do the same.
Mzansi’s Supa Mega has been keeping his life on the DL lately, but he recently resurfaced to ask why men and women are treated differently when it comes to their preferences.
AKA wanted to know why women can say what they like and do not like in the men they date, but when men do it, they are criticised and dragged for talking about it.
"A woman can say, I don’t date short guys, but if a man says he don’t like fat girls .... it’s a big problem. Now how the f**k does that work?"
The tweet got a lot of attention, with thousands of tweeps liking and commenting on what AKA had to say.
Briefly.co.za noticed that while there were people who didn't agree with him, many others came out to say that he's right - they even shared their own concurring opinions.
@TheMadute - Women like serving dishes they can't take. Period
@Riccardo_Elle - What's more shocking - You can do something bout your fatness but you can't do anything bout your shortness but they always find a way to become victims
@siphosami_sa - Same as when they say all men are trash. It's ok. But when you say all women are gold diggers, they all love money. You are childish and must change the way you think.
@Aubreychiibi - It's like Double Platinum, only with standards.
@Will_i_r - A valid point, betha mo
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