AKA explains how female rappers will elevate their careers in Mzansi

AKA explains how female rappers will elevate their careers in Mzansi

- Successful South African rapper, AKA, has shared his 2 cents on how female rappers can up their 'game'

-According to him, the ladies need to stop being so nice to each other and start 'beefing'

- The popular muso feels that if they do this, the women will not only elevate themselves but the industry as well

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AKA has dropped some advice with the female artists in the rap industry on how they push their careers to new heights.

According to him, all they need is a side of beef to stew with their fellow musos.

The rapper gave his opinion on Twitter, in reaction to Rouge Rapper saying she's the best female in the game.

"Finally. Now can y’all also please stop pretending like you’re all friends because we know that isn’t the case. This buddy-buddy sh*t isn’t gonna fly."

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AKA added:

"Take it from me, the 1st two female rappers to have a PROPER beef, diss tracks and all etc will elevate the game and elevate themselves above everybody else."

AKA knows all about beef - he and Cassper Nyovest have been going at it for years, to everyone's amusement.

Briefly.co.za noticed that Supa Megas fans agreed with him and they're pretty eager to see the ladies 'go at each other' without getting too nasty or mean.


"Beef will take your career places. your name will forever be synonymous with whoever you're beefing with. So when they are popping, your name will be brought up and you'll profit from it."


"Mega tweets what most of us have in the back of our heads....we know the females in the game need to be a lot more competitive with each other (and it doesn't have to be malicious in any way). Beef is needed, I mean they've tried this "we all queens" thing and it didn't work out."




"YES we want beef stew, ABEG for good music of course."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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