- AKA wants his daughter Kairo to be prepared for a life of fame and all the pros and cons that come with it
- He revealed that the wants her to be ready to handle the pressure of being famous
- Kairo is the daughter of AKA and DJ Zinhle and she is already famous with over a million followers on Instagram
AKA wants his daughter, Kairo Forbes, to be ready for the pressure placed on people who are famous from an early age.
She already has a massive following of 1 million people on Instagram and he believes that she is destined to be famous and wants to prepare her for it.
Briefly.co.za learned that AKA wants Kairo to know that fame comes at a price.
Speaking to Sizwe Dhlomo on Kaya FM AKA said; "My daughter has about one million followers on Instagram right now. People are going to do the exact same thing they did to me to my daughter. I hope people know that. My daughter will grow up knowing these people are not your friends. It's a transaction. You give them something and they give you something."
According to ZAlebs, the pair talked about family and how important it is and AKA revealed that he does not want to make any huge changes that will keep him away from his daughter.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA recently commented on Nasty C's success. The They Don't rapper is currently dominating local music charts and AKA is feeling the pressure. He took to social media to say that the 23-year-old needed to be stopped.
AKA seems to have realised that he is not the only talented rapper in the country. Nasty C has been blazing recently and the numbers are reflecting it. Nasty C leads the pack with he most number of singles dominating the charts.
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