AKA asks fan who requested R1000 birthday gift money if he's high

AKA asks fan who requested R1000 birthday gift money if he's high

- AKA is definitely not one to give away free money

- A fan recently tried asking AKA for R1000 as it was his birthday

- AKA responded by asking him if he's high

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Note to self - never ask AKA for a handout.

During AKA's recent Twitter Q and A session, a few fans learnt that the hard way.

A fan was hoping to strike it lucky by asking AKA for birthday money.

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The fan tweeted, "Today is my birthday. Can you at least transfer me R1000 Supa Mega?"

AKA responded, "Are you high?" Ouch!

Another tried to ask Supa Mega for a whole PlayStation.

He tweeted, "Would you buy me a PlayStation."

AKA was like, "Not a chance, mate."

It's interesting to note that AKA's arch nemesis, Cassper Nyovest, did bless an excited fan with R1000 birthday money a month ago.

However, even Cass has his limits.

The rapper recently caught flack for saying he can't donate to the coronavirus pandemic because he doesn't have Rihanna money.

In response to the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, AKA tweeted, "God bless our soldiers, our police, our medics, doctors, nurses, our Commander in Chief."

"Nkosi Sikelel' iAfika (God bless Africa)."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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