AKA just keeps showing how mature he has become - he shrugged off the negative vibes that continues to be radiating from social media like it meant nothing to him. The rapper showed South Africa some love and said it will be fixed.
If there ever has to be a poster boy for 'Proudly South African', it has to be rapper AKA - he is consistently flying the country's flag high and showing love, even when all he gets is hate.
This time, there was some shade thrown at the outfit he chose to wear to the Joburg Day Festival, according to TimesLIVE.
The rapper wore what looked like a red bulletproof vest and a social media user commented that AKA was trying to protect himself.
People started to wonder if the negative vibes and threats he got from Nigerians a while ago were the reasons behind his choice of clothing.
Things got a little heated, with Burna Boy warning AKA to have security the next time they meet, Briefly.co.za reported.
However, AKA just laughed it off - he won't be drawn into any social media drama, it seems. On top of that, he once again showed South Africa love and said that the country will be fixed.
Big ups to the rapper for refusing to be dragged into childish bickering on social media. He meant it when he said it ain't the place for actual debate.
AKA has hope for his country, and it's inspiring to see a celeb be an adult and not react to the drama seekers.
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