AKA responds to Scoop's comments: "This is hip-hop, not crèche"

AKA responds to Scoop's comments: "This is hip-hop, not crèche"

- AKA has responded to the trending video of Scoop Makhathini commenting on the state of Mzansi hip-hop

- The entertainment personality said that big names like AKA and Cassper Nyovest should take a break from releasing music

- AKA clapped back and said that he was not going to give anyone handouts as he does not receive any either

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AKA has responded to Scoop's comments about him and other rappers needing to take a break from releasing music. The Fela In Versace hitmaker did not take kindly to the media personality's words and clapped back brutally.

Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Scoop Makhathini believes AKA, Cassper and Kwesta should go a year without releasing anything. The media personality was speaking in a Popcast shared on Twitter. The footage resulted in Scoop's name trending on the social media platform.

AKA responds to Scoop's comments: "This is hip hop, not crèche"

AKA does not agree with Scoop Makhathini and thinks rappers should work to earn their place
Source: Instagram

AKA slammed the comments and said nobody owes anyone anything. The clearly irritated rapper said:

“When I FORCED my way into this industry, I had to do it amongst some of the greatest names SA has ever seen. "

He went on to say:

This is hip-hop, not crèche..."

He went on to say that nobody can just get a handout in the hip-hop world. It's safe to say that Supa Mega will not be taking a break any time soon.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA really impressed fans with #AKATV. The rapper created his own channel that can be downloaded as an app. On the channel, fans can see everything from concert footage to AKA chilling at home.

The online channel initially charged R49 for a subscription, but after the rapper realised that Mzansi pockets were empty - especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, he made the channel free.

His loyal fans appreciated the gesture.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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