AKA: Stop taking advice from people who aren't qualified to give it

AKA: Stop taking advice from people who aren't qualified to give it

- AKA has given some advice about taking advice from other peeps

- The celeb says if the person attempting to give you guidance isn't living the life you want for yourself, think twice

- While some people could see the wisdom in what he was trying to say, others weren't sold on the concept

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AKA has given out some advice on taking advice from people who aren't on the same path as you might be.

Taking to social media to disperse this snippet of AKA-style wisdom, the celeb said that:

"If someone tries to give you advice, ask yourself ... does this person live in the house I want, drive the car I want, or generally live the life I want ... if the answer is no, then ask yourself what qualifies this person to dispense ANY sort of advice to you in the first place."

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Some people could see the logic in what AKA was attempting to say, while others clapped back over the comment.

Eventually, AKA quipped that too many 'broke, unfulfilled and generally unhappy people offering advice to others' before pointing out that:

"Everybody can tell you how to do it, but they never did it."

When Tshifhiwa Raedani commented that AKA was spreading a 'naive narrative' and that 'wisdom has no class' the celeb commented that:

"WISDOM is one thing. Taking advice about money and business from someone who has never succeeded at either is downright foolish."

Another person said that janitors, maids and barmen give the best advice, to which AKA responded that:

"If janitors, maids and barmen are the people you look to for advice that's good for you champ. I just get my advice elsewhere."

In other news, AKA's baby momma DJ Zinhle has been recognised by Forbes for her contribution to African entertainment, Briefly.co.za reported.

Commenting on her win with their daughter in her arms, DJ Zinhle reminded us to encourage our children:

"Let’s be sure to remind ourselves & our children that ‘You’re destined for greatness, live your life intentionally! Wake up with purpose and make the decision that every day is your day and don’t let anyone tell you what you can or cannot do. You’re the director of your life.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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