- AKA has responded to a troll who criticised him for being a bad parent to his daugher, Kairo
- This is after the rapper shared his excitement on Twitter after DStv Kenya announced Kairo as the host of the virtual play date on the premier of Frozen 2
- AKA, who is known for his spicy clapbacks, asked the tweep to show him and his followers what the troll's parents have done for them lately
AKA has taken to social media to respond to criticism that he is not a good dad to his daughter, Kairo.
A troll took a shot at AKA after the proud dad shared his excitement following DStv Kenya's announcement that Kairo will host the virtual play-date on the premier of Frozen 2 on Sunday, 26 July. Kairo is AKA and DJ Zinhle's daughter.
Following the announcement, Supa Mega encouraged his daughter to make her money. The Fela In Versace hitmaker tweeted:
"Get to the bag, baby."
Tweep @anelempono then negatively commented on AKA's tweet.
"Adorable but a respectful and humble dad would be nice for her."
AKA then clapped back hard and asked @anelempono what her "respectful" parents have done for her lately.
"Show us what YOUR respectful and humble dad has done for you lately."
Mega's fans went into a frenzy after his spicy clapback. One of them said:
"Mega has hit a nerve. There is no coming back after this... Someone check on Aylah."
In other news, Briefly.co.za has reported that Zakwe is in a celebratory mood after one of his albums has finally reached gold status. The rapper's third studio album titled Cebisa has recently been certified gold.
This is the first time that the KZN-based rapper has reached gold status in his rap career. The album consisted of hits such as Sebentin, More Blessings, Daai Deng and many other great tracks.
On the album released in 2018, the star featured artists such as Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta, Ma-E and AB Crazy, among others.
Briefly.co.za reported that Zakwe recently hinted that he is quitting vernac rap. The star, who raps mostly in Zulu, wants to spit in English from now on. The move by the musician, at the time, was aimed at gaining more fan base in order to reach his first gold status in his 10 years in the cut-throat music industry.
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