Nadia Nakai snubs troll who wanted her to expose her Reebok deal

Nadia Nakai snubs troll who wanted her to expose her Reebok deal

- Nadia Nakai has refused to expose her deal with Reebok

- The rapper was put in the spotlight by social media users after AKA and Reebok's deal turned sour

- The Man hitmaker said she was too focused to discuss her deal on Twitter

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Nadia Nakai has refused to be drawn into rapper AKA and Reebok's sticky situation.

The rapper who was named as the female ambassador for Reebok, has been put on the spotlight by social media trolls who wanted her to reveal her deal with the sportswear label.

The Man hitmaker said she was too focused to discuss her deal on Twitter after one tweep asked her to spill the tea on her Reebok contract.

"So y'all really want me to talk about my deal on Twitter? So that's what must happen? And during lockdown… The gal is focused."

She has, however, called for support for AKA because his SneAKAs line had sold out.

"Keep supporting him, his sneaker sold out, and he did tell you to keep holding on to them."

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Nadia responded to another AKA stan who threatened to burn his clothes when he got home:

"But he didn’t tell you to burn your own clothes... I doubt that’s what he would want... You already bought them!"

Nadia told the rest of the trolls to mind their business.

In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA took to social media out of pure rage to let his stans know that Reebok pulled a fast one on the SneAKAs. He said he did not even get paid a single cent for the sneakers.

The Fella In Versace hitmaker did not sign a contract with Reebok over the SneAKAs but only signed an ambassadorship contract. His fans who couldn't stomach his revelation took to Twitter and made the hashtag #ReebokMustFall trend.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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