"Fong kong": Man convinces Chinese driver that he is rapper AKA

"Fong kong": Man convinces Chinese driver that he is rapper AKA

- Popular entrepreneur, Skinny Sbu, has shared how he convinced a driver that he was rapper, AKA

- He took a video showing both him and the driver singing along to the artiste's music

- Mzansi social media users were amused by the footage

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A popular entrepreneur has taken to social media to share how he convinced his driver that he was AKA. He took a video of the encounter and shared it on Twitter. Many laughed and called him a "fong kong" AKA.

Twitter user Skinnysbu was assigned a Chinese driver who didn't know who AKA was. So when AKA's song played on the radio, the man said that it's his song. In the footage, both the driver and Skinnysbu were enjoying one of the rapper's popular tracks.

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Mzansi social media users were amused by the video. Twitter user Noni_DaGama said:

"If only he knew."

Eli_Skywalker said:

"Did he ask for an autograph?"

SubZz000 said:

"I see what you did... you gave him a fong kong AKA just like they always selling us fong kong."

ZimeFini said:

"I can't stop watching this video."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that despite telling fans that they'd waste their time voting for him and that he doesn't need awards, missing out on the best album award at these past SAMAs affected AKA. Twitter wasn't very nice about it at all - they tweeted using the hashtag #AKAwinanga.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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