- AKA has responded to critics of his hit song Fela In Versace
- One troll said the hit song is not a rap song while another dissed some of the song's lyrics
- The rapper told tweeps that the song is a classic therefore he doesn't care what music genre it falls under
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AKA does not care what music genre his classic song Fela In Versace falls under.
Supa Mega recently told a troll who suggested that the hit is not a rap song where to get off.
Social media user, @JauntyMahlani, criticised another tweep who suggested that the song falls under the rap category.
"You either confused or don't know what rap is man. Fela In Versace ain't a rap song."
The Cross My Heart hitmaker seemed not bothered by what @JauntyMahlani said. He instead bragged about that the song is a classic.
"Fela in Versace is a classic… Call it Afro-pop if you want."
Another critic tried to diss AKA by mentioning his famous line 'Hey lekker lekker fish and chips' from Fela In Versace in an attempt to discredit him. AKA hit back hard asking the troll if he knew where the line comes from.
"Do you actually know where that line comes from?"
"Ma2thousand actually think 'Hey lekker lekker fish n chips' is something I came up with. Like for real."
The line comes from TKZee's classic track titled Shibobo featuring Benni McCarthy. The song was released in 1998.
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AKA told another tweep that there's nothing wrong with his classic as it has been certified 4x Platinum.
Briefly.co.za reported that AKA's fans flooded social media on Monday using the hashtag #TouchMyBloodTurns2. The rapper's third studio album Touch My Blood was released two years ago on 15 June.
The album consisted of hit tracks such as Fela In Versace, Caiphus Song and The World Is Yours.
Caiphus Song and The World Is Yours have been certified 8x Platinum.
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