AKA shows his clear approval of fan getting a tattoo of him

AKA shows his clear approval of fan getting a tattoo of him

- AKA has reacted to a fan getting his face inked on his skin

- While many people think it was madness to have the rapper tattooed on his arm, many approve

- AKA is one of the many who approves of the tattoo

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Rapper AKA has taken to social media to give one of his fans a big fat thumbs up to show his approval.

What does the rapper approve of? The man got a tattoo of Supa Mega's face on his arm and it's not a small one either.

Not only did AKA show that he likes the tattoo, but he also added that he hopes to meet the fan one day.

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AKA may be impressed, but some his fans are actually proud of the guy for getting the tattoo.


"What a time to be alive. Cats back then used to get tattoos of Pac & BIG because those were the only guys reppin them. Now cats have their own local heroes to look up to"


"This guy is not a first person to have AKA tattoo probably he won't be the last. I'm happy to see that Mega is shown love"


"No one done it before boi!!!! You're the first and kudos to you. I really don't care whether it's not the best or what? The love is real.Whoever sees a problem with it, is welcome to donate for a better one."

Meanwhile, AKA has declared war on student debt and while some thought it was just talk, he has shown he means business. Student debt is an issue that has plagued many graduates in South Africa and the struggle is real.

AKA has announced a Fees Must Fall Mega Concert to help students who are battling with student debt.

Briefly.co.za discovered that the rapper has put his money where his mouth is in the past and donated R100 000 to a WITS university committee to assist with student debt.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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