Not everyone is loving the new Riky Rick and AKA collaboration

Not everyone is loving the new Riky Rick and AKA collaboration

Riky Rick and AKA finally put their musical talents into one pot, added a touch of creativity and stirred. However, not everyone is impressed with their collab and it drew a lot of criticism.

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So, they've finally done it. Rappers Riky Rick and AKA have finally made a track together.

Fans who have been eagerly waiting for this were happily surprised to find out that the two had collaborated.

Well, some of them were. Others were not so impressed.

In fact, Briefly.co.za noticed that many tweeps came out to diss the track and even accused Riky of trying too hard to sell it to them.

Eish. Everyone's a critic these days.

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Riky shared a snippet from the track with his fans and he honestly looked excited.

That's not a sentiment that everyone shared. Comments like 'forced vibes' and 'this sucks' were common:

@MrMlungwana

Nah this one is not it Mr Makhado.

@saneletenza

Looks like my guy is forcing the vibes

@RelebohileLeoke

Forced collabo and oh yess we would expect lyrics like Nkosi sikelele lol ai fsek

@Staye_D

This is terrible

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For those who missed the snippet, check it out here:

And here are a handful more comments by disappointed and critical fans, just because.

Not everyone is loving the new Riky Rick and AKA collaboration

Eish. The criticism was harsh. (Image Source: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

Not everyone is loving the new Riky Rick and AKA collaboration

Not everyone's a fan, huh. (Image Source: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

Not everyone is loving the new Riky Rick and AKA collaboration

The collab seems to have disappointed many. (Image Source: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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