AKA's tweet about his different moods gets mixed reaction from peeps

AKA's tweet about his different moods gets mixed reaction from peeps

- AKA told his social media followers that he has different moods and people meet him when he is whatever version of himself he feels like

- This, as should have been expected, got a mixed reaction from tweeps

- Many are glad that the rapper doesn't pretend to be something he isn't, while others feel he should always be kind to his fans and admirers

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AKA had a frank conversation with his followers on Twitter and told them that his moods tend to affect the way he reacts to people.

Of course, this is only normal and is true for just about everybody - a bad day can lead to bad moods and bad interactions with others.

However, being a celeb, AKA's words came under scrutiny and as could be expected, not everyone was happy with what the rapper said.

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Here's what some peeps had to say:


"Hay kodwa imagine a Waitress telling you that in a restaurant after giving you a Bad service "If I serve you, you're just going to have to deal with whatever version of Xoliswa you might just have encountered" kukunya moss oko, always treat people with respect and Kindness."


"Sometimes people forget that you guys are also human beings. You are allowed to be Moody and not want to engage with fans if you don't want. Days are not the same."


"Don't tweet when you drunk Mr Forbisto!"


"At least you are not pretending to be something you are not. I like that about you."


"You don't have to be rude about it.. kindly decline any contact. Remember you dealing with people who support your art..."


"Being nice doesn't hurt ... but anyway maybe some of us wouldn't understand so whatever King"


"Poor customer service mhlekazi... We're your customers keep that in mind!"


"Yet your fans must be in a constant mood and scream, sing along when they come to your shows right? Okay sharp"

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za noticed that AKA is aware of a colourism issue on social media - people are often saying he is 'just being a coloured'. It doesn't look like Supa Mega approves of this attitude.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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