- AKA and Cassper Nyovest are known arch-rivals and they are both preparing for their boxing match which is expected to take place in September
- The two stars, who are two of the biggest rappers in Mzansi, usually take shots at each other on social media
- Social media users decided to create the hashtag #CassperForgivesAKA which trended on Tuesday
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Mzansi social media users love to make up stories about arch-rivals AKA and Cassper Nyovest. On Tuesday, 21 July the hashtag #CassperForvigesAKA trended on Twitter.
Supa Mega and Mufasa are two of Mzansi's biggest rappers who have been taking shots at each other on the micro-blogging app for some years now. They are currently preparing for their boxing match which is expected to take place in September.
Tweeps have been using every opportunity to make sure that the two stars keep their beef going on the app. The tweeps used the hashtag to their own advantage this time around.
Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper said he will never be friends with AKA after dissed his parents. Most peeps who participated in the #CassperForgivesAKA were just looking to grow their accounts on the social media platform while some were adding fuel to the musician's ongoing beef.
Below are some of the comments from tweeps who participated on the hashtag.
"Cassper and AKA a true love story."
"Night shift Twitter and lies."
"Anyway lets grow our accounts... I will follow everyone who likes this!"
"Apparently Cassper saw a chiskop and laughed his way to forgiveness."
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In other news related to AKA and Cass, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has hit the ground running after recovering from Covid-19. The star is back in the gym ahead of the much-anticipated boxing match with Cass.
The musician took to social media on Monday, 20 July to share a video of himself hard at training. He revealed that it was his first session after recovering from the coronavirus earlier this month.
One of AKA's fans, @Mike_M_Masamba, said he loved the star's improvement on speed and technique. The tweep further said that if AKA can keep this up for 36 minutes straight Mufasa "won't stand a chance".
AKA replied to @Mike_M_Masamba:
"Thanks. First day back after beating Covid... It was tough."
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