Social media drags Priddy Ugly after commenting on AKA's beef vibes

Social media drags Priddy Ugly after commenting on AKA's beef vibes

- AKA started a debate on how female rappers should use 'beefs' to boost their careers and not everyone agreed

- Local rapper, Priddy Ugly, got involved and said he didn't think that the way to go

- Soon, the muso found himself trending on social media when peeps started dragging him

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AKA opened can of worms when he suggested female rappers partake in some shade-throwing to add a little spice to their careers.

Cassper Nyovest, Priddy Ugly and Moozlie were by no means impressed, reported earlier.

Cassper was the first to have his say about AKA’s beef-stirring guidance. Priddy Ugly shared that he believes the ladies should stand together instead.

Unfortunately for Priddy Ugly, tweeps didn't react positively to his comments.

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"I wish your tweet was about how females, in general, need to support & work together. Female rappers need to stand together and build, that way we form an INDUSTRY full of talented female artists, not just 1 or 2 bickering over petty sh*t. This should be about talent, & not ego.
"We genuinely just came from a dark period in this country. Women literally dying. And yet what y’all want to see is woman battling each other & tearing each other down?? We’ve become so desensitised that we are only entertained by negativity."

AKA responded:

"My brother, this is the BEAUTY OF HIP HOP ... we BATTLING for bragging rights, for honour for PRIDE. Let the ladies rock us!! Let’s see who’s who. THIS IS THE ESSENCE OF HIP HOP."

The two men kept things mature and didn't get upset because they're on different sides of the argument.

However, tweeps didn't value Priddy Ugly's opinion. Here are some of their comments:

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