Social media users accuse AKA of being obsessed with Burna Boy

Social media users accuse AKA of being obsessed with Burna Boy

- Social media users are apparently tired of hearing about Burna Boy and anything related to him and AKA

- After a tweet by the SA rapper, peeps are telling him to let it go and just move on with his life

- According to AKA, the ongoing beef between him and Burna Boy is about a lot more than football

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The AKA vs Burna Boy saga seems to drag on forever, even after the Nigerian muso dropped out of the Africans United Concert that had everyone so upset.

It is starting to look like the South African rapper is not quite ready to let Burna Boy off the hook yet, despite calling for a truce earlier. Not that Burna Boy is about to apologise any time soon.

AKA took to his Twitter account to say that his beef with Burna Boy is about more than football and Briefly.co.za noticed his fans are getting tired of the whole thing.

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The comments to AKA's tweet show that peeps want him to let go and move on. People are even starting to think that the rapper is somewhat obsessed with the Nigerian musician. See what some had to say:

@Demo10Lm

"Burna living rent-free in your head I see. Let it go, dude."

@MphoHoward

"He must drink water and move on..."

@Dudu89070466

"You need to RELAX, these people have been all over Mega the whole day. Look at the previous threads. Mega, le wena leave them alone. They're still breathing through the pain. Crying for not coming to SA."

@AkachiMamba

"Man up grootman, like you can't think something positive going forward... People are signing big tenders while you stressing about someone's PEACE."

@PeaceInHislove

"OK, stop now. We’re giving them too much attention, we’re gonna lose focus on building the country & economy."

@Marvdollar

"It seems you can't stop tweeting about Burna Boy or Nigeria."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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