- AKA has shared a picture of EFF leader Julius Malema excitedly holding a bottle of his Cruz Vodka
- The Cross My Heart rapper did not mention when or where controversial picture was taken
- Malema and his party have been calling for the ban of alcohol for the whole duration of Mzansi's Covid-19 lockdown
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EFF leader Julius Malema has been very vocal about the ban of alcohol amid Mzansi's Covid-19 lockdown. Infact, the politician has even asked the government to reinstate the ban for the whole duration of the Covid-19 lockdown. In a twist of events, the EFF leader has been pictured excitedly holding a bottle of AKA's Cruz Vodka.
The rapper shared the controversial snap on Instagram on Thursday, 27 August. It is not clear whether the pic was taken before or amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The Fela In Versace hitmaker captioned the post:
"As we approach the weekend, please remember that it’s still #LEVEL2 all across the nation... Enjoy RESPONSIBLY please."
Supa Mega's fans have taken to his comment section to share their views about the picture. Below are some of their comments:
"Doesn't Juju say alcohol is bad?"
"This picture is timeless, African Kings supporting each other."
"Juju gave up alcohol... how much is he getting?"
"Malema was here complaining about how bad alcohol is and he's now here taking pictures with it."
READ ALSO: AKA overjoyed that SA is moving to level 2, he can sell his Vodka again
In other AKA news, Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper has once again expressed how he feels about Mzansi rapper Nasty C.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker has taken to social media to let peeps know that the There They Go hitmaker is a music genius. Supa Mega, who considers himself the best rapper in South Africa, has never been afraid to express himself when it comes to the Def Jam signee.
The star cannot believe how good of a rapper the young one is and he proudly posts about him whenever he gets a chance. Mega recently tweeted that Nasty C makes him so emotional.
The last time AKA tweeted about the 23-year-old rapper he admitted that Nasty C was a problem that needed to be stopped. At the time, six of Nasty's songs charted on Apple Music's local top 10 hip-hop songs.
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