- AKA has shared his two cents on being labelled "not black enough" when he tries to address issues on social media
- The rapper was recently asked to speak up on the issue involving a controversial advert from Clicks
- The opinionated star has called Mzansi a "weird" country and slammed social media users who only want him to speak up on issues that suit them
AKA has taken to social media to share his opinion on being labelled "not black enough" by some people. The rapper feels that some Mzansi social media users want him to switch races when it suits them.
The star was recently called out on Twitter for not being vocal enough about the drama involving Clicks and the EFF following the controversial advert about black hair.
Supa Mega expressed that Mzansi is a "weird" country because on some days he is deemed "black enough" to speak about certain issues affecting black people in our country.
"Some days like today I’m black enough to speak out about issues. Other days I’m a coloured this and a coloured that. Weird f*ck*n’ country we living in."
The Fela In Versace hitmaker's post sparked a heated debate on his timeline. Tweeps took to his comment section and shared mixed reactions on his opinion.
"Coloured people wanna preserve their identity as being coloured so don't try and take it away from them by calling them black. Let them be, let them be coloured."
"You don’t have to be black to speak out against racism."
"The so-called coloured word to define as a race should be banned in SA. Mixed people in SA should identify as black."
"Just be yourself Mega. Normally I attack you but today I'm on your side, you were provoked."
"What’s important is what/who you think you are. Address issues you are comfortable with. Despite everything, no one should dictate who you are to other people."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has shared the first footage of his Any Minute Now docuseries. The rapper is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album in a few days time. The first episode of the #AMNSessions docuseries takes the musician's fans behind the scenes of the making of his recently-released single Bonginkosi.
The star posted the video on YouTube. On the video, fans can see Mufasa working in studio with his idol Zola 7. Since he dropped the docuseries about six hours ago, it has been viewed over 20 000 times. The track Bonginkosi is dedicated to Cassper's mother.
It is named after Zola 7, whose real name is Bonginkosi. Mufasa's fans have praised him and Zola 7 for producing such a dope track. Since he dropped the docuseries, many of his fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on the series. Most of them loved the positive energy and respect the Cassper and Zola showed each other when they recorded the track.
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