- AKA decided to embrace his coronavirus lockdown hair growth and go with the trends
- Taking to social media to share his sleek new look, Supa Mega revealed his man bun top-knot thing
- Fans were taken aback by the new look, with some loving it and others loathing it
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AKA has decided to channel his inner hipster and rock a man bun. Contracting the coronavirus along with lockdown has really done something to this guy.
While man buns have become the in thing for the younger generation, seeing someone like AKA rock one is something no one expected.
Briefly.co.za came across a recent post made by AKA where he introduced his new hairstyle to his fans, a top-knot, or man bun if you will.
AKA is always ready to get down with fashion and set new trends, but this is a trend our guy jumped on a little too late. Is the man bun even still a thing?
Taking to social media, Supa Mega posted a snap of himself with his hair neatly brushed back into a man bun. We never expected this, never ever!
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Fans took to the comment section to let AKA know how they feel. While some were vibing with it, others were tormented by it – we just don’t see it working out.
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Briefly.co.za just reported that AKA has taken to social media to share some good news - he is coronavirus-free. The rapper posted a video online along with a timeline of his recovery journey.
He also finally acknowledged his bae and thanked her for helping him recover. The rapper took to Instagram to post a video of himself dancing and looking full of life. He captioned the footage:
"I just beat coronavirus like it owed me money. Wait... It does owe me money!!! Praise God, and thank you @nelli_tembe for all the hard work. Here’s the timeline of COVID-19 destruction: Thursday 02 July - 1st symptoms. (Sore throat & headache, and fever) Tuesday 07 July (Tested for COVID-19) Friday 10th July (Test Results Positive) 16th of July (last day of two week isolation and recovery)."
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