- AKA and Burna Boy - the drama that keeps brewing
- The local rapper is ready to let things slide and have the drama settle down, even if Burna Boy doesn't apologise
- AKA wants to move on and just show pride for his country without the threats and insults
The drama all started back in September when Burna Boy spoke out on xenophobia and then warned AKA to watch his back along with showing him the middle finger emoji.
Briefly.co.za reported on how the shade Burna Boy threw at the South African government over femicide and xenophobia, has angered Mzansi artists.
Yes, the femicide and xenophobia drama in Mzansi is not cool nor is it to be excused, but you can’t just go around making claims like that then perform in our country when it benefits your back pocket - that's how South Africans feel about it.
AKA has tried to calm things down and called a truce, but Burna Boy is refusing to apologise.
“Saying I mislead people? And I made up the Xenophobic attacks and I should apologise. Really? Lol. In 2015 Even I was a victim of the misguided hate so I know. Go and demand apologies from your REAL Enemies. I am not your Enemy. I will not be called “foreigner” I am AFRICAN."
AKA has had enough and feels it is time to move on.
"I think it’s gone far enough now, apology or not. We cannot afford for South Africans and Nigerians to continue with this type of energy. This will not end well.
"Let’s drop this whole thing now. We remain proud of our country but it’s time to move on."
AKA has expressed concern over how the government has decided to not get involved with the matter.
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