- AKA has gone out of his way to rally support for a struggling student who needs money for transport and stationary
- The rapper responded to the student's pleas by asking his fans to vet if the guy was legit and indeed needed the help
- Once all was verified, AKA promised that his team would be in touch with the grateful young man through direct message
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AKA is known as the bad boy of Mzansi hip hop, but he recently proved himself to have a decent heart. The rapper responded positively when a fan asked him to help out financially. The fan, Trevor, said he attends a free school, but doesn't have money for transport and stationary.
Trevor wrote, "With all my humbleness and all my respect, I need help (with) stationary and money for transport. Registering is free."
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At first, AKA was a bit sceptical at the notion that tuition at Trevor's school was free. However, it appears that it was ironed out as AKA promised that his team would communicate further with Trevor via direct message.
AKA said, "Ok, we will be in touch. Wait for a DM tomorrow and we'll get to the bottom of this."
It's awesome that AKA is willing to help Trevor out despite his own income having taken a knock in recent months. Both AKA and his baby mama, DJ Zinhle, have opened up about how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lockdown have negatively affected their finances. The star is making it a point to give back regardless.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Itu Khune is absolutely smitten with his adorable six-month-old daughter.
The Kaizer Chiefs goalie also enjoys showing his little princess off on social media. Itu is definitely a super-proud dad and husband.
The star is certainly in his element when he's in the roles of daddy and hubby. He recently posted a cute video of his little girl bouncing around on her bed.
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