AKA posts classic response to troll dissing him about M.I Abaga's title

AKA posts classic response to troll dissing him about M.I Abaga's title

- AKA was flagged on social media when Nigerian artist, M.I Abaga, was named first African artist with 5 albums on Apple Music Top 100

- A tweep tagged AKA to say that Nigerian artists were outshining Supa Mega

- But AKA came back with a cheeky response, quoting lyrics from M.I 's song, Bad Belle

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Mzansi rapper and hip-hop sensation, AKA, had a cheeky comeback for a social media troll who was subbing him on a fellow African’s artists achievement.

Nigerian star M.I Abaga was announced as the first African artist with five albums on Apple Music Top 100.

Most Nigerians have been subbing AKA on every post showcasing the successes of their artists, ever since AKA was accused of being xenophobic and jealous. But AKA said he had nothing to apologise for but he did regret the drama.

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Supa Mega was recently tagged in a tweet which named M.I Abaga as the first African artist to have five of his albums on the Top 100 Apple Music Charts.

The tag was captioned: “@akaworldwide she you dey feel am? Transformer dey close to you for sharp hug”, which was actually a quote of the rapper’s song about haters.

AKA replied quoting lyrics from M.I's song Bad Belle: “Niggas don dey wear nike canvas, na you be correct guy. Only you 10 bottles, 10 models in the club, omo you rich die. You dey rap with 4 different accent, omo you spit chai.”

Another tweep deciphered what AKA’s comment meant.

“Bad Belle means hating, so “bad is allowed” means “hating is allowed”. Haters wearing nikes thinking they fly, popping 10 bottles with 10 models at the clubsthinking they’re balling, rapping with 4 different accents think they dope. Simply put, these haters/rappers are fake.”

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Meanwhile, four days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA seems to have made peace with his fans in Nigeria after a killer performance in the country.

In a social media post the celeb shared his experience with his followers: "Last night we rocked a sick set at a Naija Independence Day party. 1000% vibes ... you people on twitter like to lie yoh."

Briefly.co.za wrote that Burna Boy had slammed AKA for being xenophobic, but it seems as if bridges have been mended.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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