- Rapper Cassper Nyovest is seemingly not a fan of AKA TV
- The Good For That hitmaker labelled a post about AKA TV that popped up on his timeline as "filth"
- Cassper and AKA are known arch-rivals who have been involved in a long-standing beef
Cassper Nyovest has apparently labelled the newly created AKA TV channel as "filth".
The long-standing beef between the two of the greatest Mzansi rappers will go on forever, it seems.
Social media trolls and stans of both AKA and Cassper also play a huge role in instigating their beef.
Just recently, Cassper Nyovest was busy promoting his new single Amademoni when one troll intentionally shared a banner of AKA TV on his timeline.
Social media user, @BhutClevels, suggested that "they" had no time for Cass' song because they were busy with AKA TV.
Mufasa was quick to defend his territory. He replied:
"When I respond I am making things about myself right? When you came to my timeline with filth."
The Fela In Versace hitmaker has created a whole AKA TV channel and a show called The SupaMega Show. AKA said he will be using this platform to do what he does best - perform. He said the channel should be up and running soon and fans can expect everything from new music to 'get real sessions' with Supa Mega.
The Good For That hitmaker's stans were quick to defend him against @BhutClevels, while some peeps were not impressed by his use of "filth" in his response.
"Bro just block all these funny comments."
"It's funny how we love to see celebrities having a quarrel."
"You can't be emotional when handling this business."
"Filth was not a good selection from your vocabulary."
In a recent poll that Briefly.co.za put on Facebook about who is the OG and GOAT between the two rappers, Cass got 67% of the votes while AKA only got 33%.
Judging from the comments, it seemed Mufasa won on the basis of being a generally better person and artist all round while AKA’s tantrums and deep love of auto tune seem to be a big issue.
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