AKA responds to Burna Boy's upcoming performance in SA and his threats

AKA responds to Burna Boy's upcoming performance in SA and his threats

- AKA and Burna Boy used to be tight, but after a misunderstanding, things have changed drastically

- Burna Boy issued threats to Supa Mega on social media

- Now, the Nigerian artist is heading to Mzansi, and AKA wants to see if he'll follow up on those threats

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Popular SA rapper, AKA, and Nigerian superstar, Burna Boy, had been quite close in the past, working together on hits like All Eyes On Me and Baddest, but those days are over.

After a massive misunderstanding, Burna Boy issued a threat to AKA, warning him that he better have security the next time they meet, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.

Now, Burna Boy is expected to come to Mzansi and perform, and Supa Mega is curious to see if the Nigerian will keep his word and follow up on his threats.

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AKA responds to Burna Boy's upcoming performance in SA and threats

AKA's response to Burna Boy's upcoming performance (Image Source: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

It looks like AKA is being rather chilled about the whole thing though - he's not sending out any violent vibes. Unless he's been sarcastic and calling Burna Boy out with this tweet.

Things went sour when AKA was accused of xenophobia over a tweet about football, which was taken out of context.

AKA was commenting after a match about how SA keeps losing to Nigeria and things went south real quick. Nigerians started sending intense negative vibes in his direction and it was like all hell broke loose.

South Africans soon rushed to the rapper's defence but Burna Boy was not impressed.

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Here's what he had to say:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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