- K.O has opened his heart and wallet and donated food to a community charity organisation based in Pimville, Soweto
- A fan who works for the organisation asked the rapper to donate food after voting for him to win his SAMA nominations
- The Supa Dupa hitmaker is nominated in the Music Video Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best Hip Hop Album and Best Collaboration categories
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K.O has joined the list of South African stars who have been doing their bit to take care of the needy amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Supa Dupa hitmaker has donated food parcels to a community charity organisation based in Pimville, Zone 6 in Soweto. The organisation feeds over 200 kids on a weekly bases.
K.O's good deed was sparked by one of the scheme's members who voted for him to win his South African Music Awards (SAMA) nominations. After voting, the fan tweeted Mr Cash Time asking him to donate food to the organisation.
The rapper, who loved the initiative, did not waste any time and provided the much-needed grocery to the charity organisation.
The star is nominated in the Music Video Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best Hip Hop Album and Best Collaboration categories.
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In other news related to the SAMAs, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has taken to social media to offer to buy a new phone to one of his fans who has been voting for the star to take home at least one award at this year's SAMAs.
The loyal tweep, @bantu_bhungane, made a video showcasing the number of times he has voted for Supa Mega to win in the prestigious SAMAs. He also encouraged other fans to vote for the muso.
The rapper has been nominated in the Record Of The Year and the Video Of The Year categories for his smash hit titled Jika. Both the categories are voted for by the fans.
@bantu_bhungane's video caught the Fela In Versace hitmaker's attention. The phone that AKA's fan used looked old but it was in good working condition.
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