President AKA? Fans go gaga as Supa Mega hints at political interest

President AKA? Fans go gaga as Supa Mega hints at political interest

- Mzansi hip-hop legend and rapper, AKA, revealed he has an interest in running for president

- The rapper has clearly given up his thoughts on drinking water and minding his own business

- AKA took the opportunity to call Cassper Nyovest out for wishing he was a Nigerian, and may have started a new social media trend

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It looks like the Supa Mega has clearly given water a break and has returned to social media to prove he ain’t sipping on water and minding his business any more.

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, AKA made various headlines recently when he blasted Cassper Nyovest for the comment he made about wishing he was a Nigerian. AKA called Mufasa out in numerous tweets.

In one of the tweets, AKA implied that he had an interest in running for president. The rapper has shown great interest in politics, which made his proclamation even more convincing.

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Supa Mega always expresses his views when it comes to South African politics and is an avid ANC supporter. AKA even received a video call from the current president, Cyril Ramaphosa around election time, earlier this year.

Although the rapper is focused on making big music moves in the entertainment industry, perhaps he is taking Kanye West’s example of using his music to climb to his desired destination, a presidential seat?

Looks like AKA may have started a new trend on Facebook when he asked his followers to retweet every South African flag they saw on to his timeline.

Here are some of the retweets from his fans:

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A few days ago, reported that popular SA musician, AKA, recently shared a snippet of a brand-new track on social media.

Fans absolutely loved the song and commended AKA on his sound. Many called for the full track to be released.

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