- AKA took to social media to air his views on the global racial uprise that stemmed from George Floyd's tragic death
- In the mind of Supa Mega, the best solution to this problem is for all African Americans to return home to Africa where they belong
- Many disagreed with AKA especially because xenophobia is something Africa is still struggling with
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AKA took to social media to discuss the pressing issue of racism that has consumed the globe since the passing of George Floyd.
Racism, especially in a country like South Africa, has been a major issue of inequality for the longest time.
Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA took to social media to let his fellow men and women of colour know that Africa welcomes them with open arms.
The Black Lives Matter movement is a buzzing topic that has taken the globe by storm. AKA feels things may not be being handled correctly though.
Taking to social media with a series of posts, AKA shared his views.
He started off by stating that there is no need to be burning down black-owned businesses, AKA thinks the best thing African Americans can do is to return to their roots, Africa.
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Supa Mega does not believe that the racism in America will ever change and that African Americans will be safer on home soil.
"African Americans ... come home. Simple as that."
Peeps then hit AKA with questions pertaining to the undeniably rife issue of xenophobia, where African’s are killing fellow Africans. AKA shrugged it off and said there’s enough space for everyone.
"Africa is bigger than China, India, the U.S. and most of Europe ... Combined. You sound unread, uneducated but most importantly, uncultured."
There were not many people who agreed with AKA’s outlook on how to solve the issue as they feel every black person returning to Africa won’t fix a thing. Racism needs to end!
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