AKA openly admits that he regrets dissing Cassper Nyovest’s mother

AKA openly admits that he regrets dissing Cassper Nyovest’s mother

- AKA hosted an unofficial #Q&AwithAKA on Twitter where a lot of unexpected answers were given

- The beef between him and Cassper come up and AKA finally admitted he was wrong for dissing Cassper’s momma

- He then went on to talk about his cars, new music and where his career as a musician is going

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AKA hosted an unofficial #Q&AwithAKA on Twitter. He spoke about things like his career, cars, wealth and family, but it was the Cassper Nyovest beef admission that caught most people’s attention.

Everyone knows that there is a major thick atmosphere between AKA and Cassper and it is ongoing.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the Cassper drama came up during the unofficial #Q&AwithAKA, and AKA’s response was not expected.

It came out a while back that all the drama stemmed from a time when AKA dissed Cassper's mom – ain’t nobody badmouth Cassper’s momma and get away with it.

Cassper came up during the #Q&AwithAKA after a fan shared a golden oldie snap of AKA and Cassper hugging; jokingly saying AKA was choking him.

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AKA cleared the air by letting peeps know that he was not choking Cassper, he was hugging him. This moment was captured when AKA congratulated him on filling up the Ticketpro Dome.

It was then that another fan asked AKA if he regreted dissing Cassper’s mother and starting all this beef. Surprisingly, AKA manned up and admitted he was wrong and regrets what he did.

Nobody, not a single person, was expecting this!

AKA then answered some questions about his cars, new music and where his career as a musician is going. It seems AKA is simplifying his life and taking a bit of a break from music – he is a businessman now.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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