- Nadia Nakai refuses to give any details about her contract with Reebok
- Fans are concerned after learning how AKA and his contract with the sports brand had ended
- She told fans that she wouldn't give any info out about her contract
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Nadia Nakai refuses to divulge any details about her contract with Reebok. Fans were concerned about Nakai after learning about another celebrity whose deal with the sports brand didn't work out well.
Recently, AKA came clean about his deal with Reebok and that they didn't pay him for his sneaker line, SneAKAs.
Briefly.co.za learned that the deal between AKA and Reebok had not ended on the best of terms.
She refused to give any details about her contract with the sports brand according to ZAlebs.
"So y’all really want me to talk about my deal on twitter? So that what must happen? And during Lockdown... The gal is focused #NextCaller," tweeted Nadia.
She told fans to keep supported AKA and Reebok and not to do anything silly.
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Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that AKA got dropped hard by Reebok SA and the people of Mzansi are having none of it - #ReebokMustFall.
Even when you as big as AKA, doesn’t mean you always make the smartest business moves, shame.
Briefly.co.za saw the commotion which gave rise to the hashtag #ReebokMustFall. Just last year AKA dropped his lit custom Reebok sneakers, SneAKAs.
The sneakers took off like hotcakes and it has recently come out that AKA did not see a cent. Supa Mega has been a Reebok ambassador for some time now, and we have to give it to him, he made the brand lit again.
Taking to social media out of pure rage, AKA recently let his people know that Reebok pulled a fast one on the SneAKAs – they gave him nothing, not a single cent!
“Can you believe they didn’t pay me a single cent for this? ... Not one cent.”
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