- AKA is one Mzansi celeb who never fails to entertain, especially on social media
- It's only April and already AKA has made headlines for a number of different reasons - some worse than others
- While he's a good father and artist, AKA has done some shady and cringe-worthy things already in 2020
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AKA has been in multiple headlines for a number of different reasons already this year and it's only April.
There is no denying that when it comes to AKA, you really have no idea what you are going to get.
Briefly.co.za has seen AKA go from being the most mature Mzansi’s ever seen right back to his playa ways, all in four months.
AKA is hella talented, we can’t dispute that, but our boi really needs to learn some social media manners – however it is rather entertaining, we ain’t gonna lie.
2020 started off pretty well for AKA, or so we all thought. He had his little family back and things were going well with his baby momma, then the mic dropped.
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From the minute the news broke about AKA and DJ Zinhle’s separation, AKA started making headlines for all the wrong reasons. From living his best single life to unapologetically flaunting his new young bae around, Supa Mega’s done it all. Oh, and don't forget the not-so-subtle Bonang Matheba cringe-worthy flirting moments.
One of AKA’s most recent and most cringe-worthy moments is his below-the-belt Cassper Nyovest rant. He dissed Cassper’s parents hard and not a single person, besides Babe Wodumo, was okay with it – man’s lost it.
While AKA might have apologised for the Cassper rant, with his Jekyll and Hyde ways, he could have balanced on his head and sang Cassper a song and still no one would have fallen for it.
Aside from all the drama, we have to be fair and highlight that AKA’s remained a good father to Kairo, produced some banging tracks and shown empathy and humility every now and then.
It’s only April, so we can only imagine what the rest of 2020's going to bring on the AKA front.
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