- AKA launched his TV channel in a time when people are battling to eat
- Understanding his fans' financial situation, AKA has decided to make AKA TV free
- Fans were blown away by AKA's generosity and thanked him endlessly for his consideration and understanding
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AKA understands the financial pressure many have sacrum to as a result of the coronavirus and so he has decided to be a little generous.
Lockdown has left many without an income and some even without jobs.
Briefly.co.za knows what a huge financial knock AKA took to get his TV channel up and running but he gets where fans are coming from and wants to help.
While it only costs R49 to subscribe to AKA’s channel, that is an entire week's groceries to some.
AKA’s channel has been doing well considering the current circumstances, however, he created this for his fans and would like to see a lot more of them tuning in.
In the process of launching the channel's new upgrade, AKA decided to offer it to his fans for free as he understands that R49 is a lot of money to people who have none.
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Taking to social media, AKA made the big announcement, letting his fans know that them having access to the content means more than a subscription fee, even though he probably could use it.
Big ups to Supa Mega for taking his fans' financial situation into consideration and giving back.
“Ultimately when we launch our new upgrade of the app coming soon, this content will be FREE for those who want to watch #AKATV but might not be able (or willing ) to pay for the FULL subscription.”
Fans took to the comment section to thank AKA for his generosity and understanding.
@eazyjigga: “AKA is definitely in his bag right now.”
@groovy.da.goat: “It's too much!”
@dorro_babyboykat: “Customer service.”
@inkredibledray: “Knowledge and POWER.”
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