- AKA has been pleading richman's poverty, which led fans to believe the ban on gigs was hitting him hard
- Seeing the comments, AKA decided to let peeps know that gigs are not his only income
- Supa Mega was a little touched by the fact that some thought he relied solely on gigs to get the green
AKA felt the need to let the people of Mzansi know that he is a man of multiple streams of income, he doesn’t just rely on gigs to make it by.
The coronavirus has left many artists struggling to make ends meet. Many artists rely heavily and even solely on live performances, which have stopped completely due to lockdown.
Briefly.co.za know that AKA has been pleading poverty lately so it was totally normal for fans to think that he was in some sort of financial position.
Supa Mega fans expressed their concern on social media, assuming that the ban on gigs has AKA in the same position as many other artists. Well, AKA did not take this lightly, he actually took it a tad offensively.
AKA took to social media to clear the air and settle fans' stress by letting everyone know that he has multiple streams of income and is not that fazed about the ban on gigs. Ishuuuu!
“Sorry to break it to you, but I don’t depend on gigs to survive. I made my lamb stew with a nice Pinotage this evening. Now look at you.”
AKA went on to say that just because he’s got himself covered he doesn’t feel he should have to fight for those who don’t.
“100% ... everything isn’t always about me. Just because I’m comfortable doesn’t mean I shouldn’t fight for others.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA has reacted to his Jika music video reaching four million views on YouTube. The rapper, who is doing very well when it comes to quality music and videos, did not have many words to say regarding his latest achievement.
Reacting to the good news, Supa Mega took to Twitter and expressed his feelings in just one word: "Sweet."
The Fela In Versace hitmaker dropped the music video two years ago and judging from the YouTube hits, his fans love the visuals.
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