- AKA has given his fans when it comes to voting for him in his nominated categories for the South African Music Awards (SAMAs)
- AKA said his fans should concentrate of bagging him Video Of The Year as opposed to Song of the Year
- Supa Mega explained that winning song of the year can be a bit "tricky and political"
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AKA has asked his fans to concentrate on voting for him in the Video Of The Year category as opposed to the Song Of The Year category at this year's South African Music Awards (SAMAs).
AKA said that this was because there's a lot of politics and trickery happening in the Song Of The Year category this year. Mega explained that he wanted his fan base to put all their eggs in one basket.
He said, "Hey Megacy, if we gonna do this SAMAs voting thing, let’s please focus on the Video Of The Year category. The record of the year category can be a bit political and a bit tricky. Let’s put all our eggs in that basket. Thanks.”
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The SAMAs have already come under criticism for not nominating break-out stars Master KG and Makhadzi in any of the categories. Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's hit song, Jerusalema and fans are wondering why it didn't any recognition from the SAMAs.
This year's SAMAs will be taking place digitally over the course of several nights and will be broadcast on Mzansi Magic.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long.
The star opened up to fans that his absence for just a few days gave her so much separation anxiety that she's started following him around everywhere he goes now that he's back. The attachment issues are real.
Fans could totally relate as most people have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to.
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