Trolls continue to drag AKA: Supa Mega thanks them for the exposure

Trolls continue to drag AKA: Supa Mega thanks them for the exposure

- AKA and Burna Boy's 'beef' has grown into something that is getting massive amounts of attention

- Although AKA isn't the one who started the fire, he is getting dragged by Burna Boy's fans like there's no tomorrow

- However, rather than biting back, the SA rapper has thanked the peeps for giving him so much exposure

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AKA and Burna Boy are not seeing eye to eye right now despite the SA rapper attempting to call a truce, as reported on by Briefly.co.za earlier.

Burna Boy has been nominated for a Grammy in the 'Best World Music' category and his fans are using this achievement to try and make AKA look like an inferior artist.

Many tweeps are saying AKA's got nothing on Burna Boy, also known as the 'African Giant'.

But instead of getting sour about it, Supa Mega is showing love for South Africa with his tweets and he even thanked the trolls for giving him so much attention.

There's no such thing as bad publicity, right?

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Here's what some social media users had to say:

@easy66751200

"oluwa Burna!!!! bruh kip d burning #AKA can go f*ck himself with his home concert. we NG (Nigerians) and around the globe are talking about GRAMMY"

@L0ne_Surviv0r_

"Big up Cassper, u got a salute from me. Winners don’t hate, they celebrate with other winners. Only losers like AKA hate on a fellow brother, anyway one love"

@ManLikeAkoh

"AKA won’t sleep this week because of Burna Boys Grammy Nomination."

@NomondeTshomi

"Anyway, Burna Boy is Grammy-nominated and AKA's still not a good lyricist."

@kay_raps

"Bathi Burna boy made AKA go to church for some divine protection"

And here's how AKA is reacting:

His support of SA is something that many think is getting under Nigerian haters' skins

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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