- AKA is celebrating the relaxing of lockdown rules by hitting the gym to prep for his fight
- The rapper is due to have a boxing match with industry rival Cassper Nyovest
- Social media users were excited about the upcoming match and made it clear who they're supporting
AKA is back in the boxing ring and training for a fight which may actually happen sooner than we thought.
As the country enters Level 2 lockdown, restrictions have been relaxed and AKA's boxing match with Cassper Nyovest may soon be a reality.
Taking to social media, the rapper posted a picture of himself with his training squad. He captioned the post:
"LEVEL 2 means @bryanston_fight_club is back in business. Come on down and starting dealing with those lockdown love handles before it’s too late"
Social media users were more interested in how his training was going. Instagram user simphiwetano_r said:
"The other guy should be ready Mos"
"The Winning team"
"Cassper is having a baby plus this AMN of his. But what's the point? We want to be at the arena not watch it on TV so let them fight once fans are allowed to visit stadiums or arenas, its gonna be massive"
"Bhova main man"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA cannot believe how lucky he and his family have been during this pandemic. His 107-year-old great-granny contracted the virus, and like a boss, beat it.
The coronavirus has taken many lives and disrupted all in more ways than one. Seeing people’s recovery stories really does make this pandemic a little more manageable and hopeful.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Supa Mega’s 107-year-old great-granny managed to beat the coronavirus. With the elderly being labelled high-risk, AKA feels extremely blessed to that his great-granny managed to beat it at her impressive age.
AKA let Mzansi know a couple of weeks back that the rona had gotten him. He chose to make his results public in an attempt to raise awareness about the reality of the situation that South Africa, and the world, is currently dealing with.
The rapper encouraged Mzansi to continue wearing masks in public and to hold stringent hygiene measures by frequently sanitising and washing hands.
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