- AKA has taken to social media to drop a bombshell - he is retiring from South African hip hop
- The controversial rapper posted the tweet announcing his retirement on Friday, 31 July 2020
- Many social media users did not take his tweet seriously as the rapper is known for pulling stunts to promote his albums
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AKA is once again hogging the headlines after he took to social media to announce that he is retiring from hip hop.
His seemingly sudden decision was shared online on Friday afternoon.
The Fela in Versace hitmaker took to Twitter and wrote:
"I AM OFFICIALLY RETIRED FROM SA HIP HOP. YOU WILL NOW ADDRESS ME AS KIERNAN JARRYD JUSTIN BIEBER. Please & Thank You"
Knowing the rapper's stunts and how he says and does a lot of things for attention, nobody really took him seriously.
The rapper further explained that he was too mainstream and his music was beyond hip hop. He said:
"Year after I year I compete on the charts against the best that this cowntry has to offer ... DOESN'T MATTER WHAT GENRE. SA Hip Hop I’m sorry, but it’s official ... I RETIRE. I kiss you on your forehead. I’m too mainstream, I’m too Supa Mass Mega"
His post was met with amusing responses from Mzansi social media users. Twitter Manyangatsii said:
"You’re on your marketing stunts again"
"Now you want to abuse the autotune"
"Cassper is about releasing album wena you are retiring like whats up"
"We've heard this before seun"
"You just saved SA Hip-Hop"
It seems AKA needs to come up with something else to get people's attention.
READ ALSO: Bonang Matheba opens up about plans to settle down and have babies
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Bonang Matheba is set to leave South Africa in 2021. The media personality recently revealed that she is heading for the States during an interview on Metro FM.
There have been many rumours over the years of the starlet moving overseas and it seems she has confirmed them.
Bonang was speaking on the Morning Flava Show. She spoke about her upcoming show, A Very Bonang Year, and also discussed her future plans. The media mogul is said to have received a lot of promising offers in the USA and is willing to explore them.
Although it will be very disappointing to see her go, we know that Queen B will do big things in the States.
She will be joining other South African celebs like Trevor Noah and Nomzamo Mbatha, both of whom are doing amazing in America.
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