- AKA was not pleased when President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that alcohol sales have been stopped until further notice
- The rap star tweeted out a long and discouraged "Noooooooo" when the news broke, following President Ramaphosa's speech on Sunday night
- AKA is a brand ambassador for Cruz and has previously said that he's now dependent on alcohol sales to survive as performances have stopped
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AKA is distraught that alcohol sales have, once again, been paused.
The star took to social media to express his pain after President Cyril Ramaphosa's Sunday night speech.
The rapper tweeted a long "Noooooooooo."
AKA has previously spoken publicly against the banning of alcohol sales.
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Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA had rejected the idea of another alcohol sales ban.
AKA had previously chipped into the discussion and argued that he puts food on the table with profits from the alcohol industry.
He tweeted, "It’s bad as is without being able to do any shows. I also have a family to feed, (you) understand."
The rapper is a partner in Cruz vodka and makes money from every Cruz Watermelon bottle sold.
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Briefly.co.za reported that President Ramaphosa had banned alcohol sales with immediate effect in his most recent speech.
Ramaphosa revealed that SA will remain on Level 3 of the lockdown, explaining that shifting the nation back to Level 4 or 5 would not result in fewer infections and would negatively impact the economy.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Modiadie let fans know that they won't be seeing any bare belly pics of her pregnancy any time soon.
Pearl made it clear she will only share pregnancy pics once her baby starts walking.
There are many mothers who feel their bump and baby is a personal thing and not something that should be posted all over social media.
Pearl could also be protecting her bump for cultural reasons.
The presenter is extremely private and seldom shares pics of her boo.
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