AKA shares his opinion on Flex Rabanyan's beef with Reason

AKA shares his opinion on Flex Rabanyan's beef with Reason

- AKA weighed in on the beef that's been cooking between rappers Flex Rabanyan and Reason

- Although he's said that it's better to mind your own business, it looks like he is enjoying sharing his opinion once again

- The Fela in Versace rapper has been stirring things up by suggesting rivalries between female rappers

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AKA got in on the 'beef' vibes between Reason and Flex Rabanyan recently and it doesn't look like either of them are happy about it.

As reported on by Fakaza, AKA hyped the diss track that Flex came up with to throw thick shade at Reason when it first dropped.

In the track, FWR (For Whatever Reason) Flex addresses Reason's relationship with LootLove and failed marriage.

However, now AKA is saying that it wasn't cool and that if Flex ever dragged his bae, DJ Zinhle, into a diss track like that, he'd react in a most serious manner.

"Yah but you were out of line G. Had you dragged my girl’s name into it I would have put the dog paws on you… but to be honest, that diss joint you made slapped actually."

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AKA then gave Flex some advice:

Briefly.co.za gathered that Reason asked AKA to not work Flex up into going on with the beef.

"Too strong Forbes. Please, don’t gas this kid up. He really thinks if he gets into a beef, he will blow up like you. Next thing you know “me and AKA kill the beef together”. Please, joe. Let’s not."

Meanwhile, Flex had this to say about their rivalry:

"Mega I tweeted that I was conned R9 800 by a guy from Metro FM. He responded by calling me dumb. What’s dumb is him investing all that ENERGY into telling me I’m dumb when that whole story was MADE UP? His own career is critical but stable coz of Loot, kodwa he’s advising me."

This comes after AKA suggested that female rappers have their own rivalries to 'elevate their careers and the industry'.

Being a rapper must be tiring with all the negative attitudes and feelings always flowing everywhere.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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