AKA and Black Coffee have buried the beef between them this year

AKA and Black Coffee have buried the beef between them this year

- For about three years, AKA and Black Coffee have had a 'beef' stewing between them

- But it seems that 2019 will be the year in which the animosity between the musos are left behind

- Both men have decided to let go of the past and Black Coffee featured AKA in his Music is King concert

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It has been three years since AKA and DJ Black Coffee started rubbing each other the wrong way and their 'beef' was born.

Although things got really hot between the musicians, they've decided to put their emotions aside and make peace.

Black Coffee featured AKA in his Music is King concert and was full of praise for the rapper.

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Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee called AKA one of the "most amazing artists on this continent".

AKA was at a loss for words at this massive compliment.

According to TimesLIVE, AKA felt honoured and humbled that he got to work with Black Coffee.

"It is humbling for him to pull me up and share some of his fire. I have my own little fire burning over here. For him to take some of the wood from his fire and put it on my fire is pretty cool."

Where and why did the feud start?

Black Coffee told Phat Joe on East Coast Radio back in 2017 that it all began after he made an appearance at the Channel O Music Awards and AKA tweeted, “Give Black Coffee a hand.”

AKA said the tweet was taken out of context (this seems to happen to him often). Later, AKA mentioned Black Coffee in a song, praising himself. This caused many spicy interactions on social media.

According to reports, things came to a heated point when Black Coffee got physical with one of AKA's team members in 2016.

In return, the rapper called the DJ immature, ignorant and distasteful.

Fortunately, that is all over now.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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