- AKA has been praised for having too much meat at his house while other celebs have expressed that they were struggling financially amid the lockdown
- Supa Mega shared pics of himself and his guests having a braai and a few drinks
- Moozlie and her bae, Sbudaroc were guests on AKA's show called The Braai Show - which is part of AKA TV
AKA has been praised by his fans for having too much meat at his house amid the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
Supa Mega took to Instagram to thank rapper Moozlie and her bae Sbudaroc after shooting an episode of his show called The Braai Show at his house.
He shared pics of the three of them chopping it up while braaing some meat over a few drinks.
Briefly.co.za reported when AKA revealed that his first guest on his new show was none other than flamboyant Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula.
The Cross My Heart hitmaker's fans flooded his comment section after he shared the snaps of the latest episode.
Some of them praised Mega for having so much meat at his house. Many Mzansi celebs have expressed their financial struggles amid the lockdown.
"We want a Mega Braai Show for fans when lockdown ends."
"My guy you're finishing all the meat in Mzansi."
"So ke braai everyday vele... Anyway this looks dope."
"Yerrr! How much meat does Bhova buy?"
"Ekse you've been eating braai meat and vodka the whole quarantine."
Some peeps wanted to know why the rapper had guests at his house while Mzansi was still under Level 4 lockdown.
"Bro, kanti does lockdown not apply to you people? How are you doing this right now?"
"So vele only the known and privileged are allowed to do visits? Where’s Bheki Cele?"
Some peeps were surprised that Moozlie was at AKA's house while she is his ex, DJ Zinhle's bestie. Mega and Zihle have a cute daughter together named Kairo.
"She pullin' through? I thought she's team Zinhle."
"Isn’t she Zinhle's best friend?"
Last month, AKA launched his online channel called AKA TV. The Braai Show is an interview segment on AKA TV.
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