- AKA took to social media to vent his frustration over power house, Eskom's recent stage 2 load-shedding and how it was affecting the economy
- Social media didn't seem to care a bit about what AKA had to say, and instead asked to to call the president
- Tweeps seemed to think that ANC was behind the recent load shedding
When the power utility Eskom announced that they would be running stage 2 loading-shedding last night, even Mzansi hip-hop artist and rapper, AKA, could not hold back on his frustrations.
Supa Mega took to Twitter to air his views about how instead of undergoing the scheduled load-shedding times, he had been affected by much longer hours of the power shedding.
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, instead of tweeps sympathising with AKA, they mocked him and asked him to call the ANC or President Cyril Ramaphosa himself.
“Electricity been out since like 10pm, they said it would be back on at 5am. It’s still off. This is madness… surely this is f**king up our economy. Badly.”
Just because AKA and his bae, DJ Zinhle video called the president around election time earlier this year, tweeps automatically believed that AKA had something to do with the ANC win and that the Supa Mega could potentially stop the load-shedding if he wanted to, presumably that the ANC was behind the problem.
When Bhova complained about load-shedding having a negative effect on the economy, he was advised to call “his president” and tell him, not social media users.
Tweeps didn’t shed a second of pity for AKA.
Here are some of the reactions from AKA’s tweet:
Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is likely one of Mzansi's most colourful celebs - he's constantly interacting with fellow famous peeps and his fans.
Recently, the rapper got tongues wagging when he said that female rappers in Mzansi should do themselves a favour and start rivalries. He feels it will elevate their careers.
He also weighed in on the 'beef' between rap stars Reason and Flex Rabanyan, not something they really appreciated.
His latest attention-grabbing 'stunt' is one that has his followers and social media users confused. AKA has started using a new word, and no one knows what it means. He's shared quite a number of tweets that make use of #Nyolz but he hasn't explained just what it means yet.
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