Nadia Nakai explains why she won't collaborate with Cass' rival AKA

Nadia Nakai explains why she won't collaborate with Cass' rival AKA

- Nadia Nakai seems to be between a rock and a hard place when it comes to Cassper Nyovest and AKA'S beef

- Nadia has revealed that she doesn't have any personal issues with AKA

- However, she doesn't want to upset her and Cassper's joint fan base by collaborating with him

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Rapper Nadia Nakai has revealed why she doesn't think a collab with AKA would be a good idea for her.

The star said she wouldn't want to piss off her and Cassper Nyovest's collective fan base by collaborating with Supa Mega.

Cassper is not only an independent artist, but also the label boss of Family Tree - the record label to which Nadia is signed.

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Cass and Nadia also happen to be really good friends who always have each other's back.

Despite this, Nadia made it clear there are no bad vibes between her and AKA.

During an Instagram Live interview with Da Les, the star made it clear she would do a collaboration - if she thought it would be received well.

She said, "Honestly, I am a fan of AKA. Every time I've met him he has never disrespected me or been weird with me or anything. I think the only reason I wouldn't collab is because I don't think it would get positive attention. I don't think it would be something that would be celebrated."

Nadia believes that a song with her and AKA would create unnecessary drama because she shares a label and fan base with Cassper.

She elaborated, "I know for a fact that most of my fans are Cassper fans. I know the people I cater to and I know they would totally be upset".

Today, reported that AKA had apologised for dissing Cassper's parents.

The feuding pair could also have a lucrative boxing match on the cards, should Cassper agree to sign up for it.

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