- AKA has declared that he wants no part of the celebrity culture as well as that he doesn't need it
- SAHipHopMag quoted him as saying that he wants nothing to do with the clique of people who need parties to keep up their fame
- As far as AKA is concerned, he doesn't need celebrity culture because he defines it himself
AKA has stated that he has no interest in being supported by other celebrities because they don't buy his stuff but his fans do.
He took to Twitter to officially declare himself the "anti-celebrity" in an attempt to denounce the celeb-culture that grips South African media attention. AKA says he doesn't need the parties and the dinners because he's already the "Alpha and Omega".
As much as some would like to poke fun at the rapper's antics, distancing himself from the celebrity clique could be a strategic move as a lot of them have come under fire recently. There have been multiple instances of tweeps coming for celebs and accusing them of getting by on their connections and fame rather than their talent. Maybe Supa Mega is avoiding being part of that topic of discussion.
AKA is no stranger to a confident, some tweeps would say arrogant, remark. SAHipHopMag also quoted him as saying:
“I don’t need the support of celebrities to be successful in ANYTHING I do … they don’t buy shit, you do. I don’t hang out in their cliques … I don’t go to their houses, attend their lil parties & dinners because when it comes to “celebrity” culture in this country, I am the alpha and the O-MEGA”
In other AKA-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on AKA and his bae, Nelli, serving up some major couple goals.
AKA posted a clip to social media of himself and Nelli taking a drive in his BMW. As AKA put pedal to the metal, the video caught how fast the car was going as Nelli exclaimed "Whoa baby!"
The video was on its way to 200 000 views which AKA captioned, "Today was a good day... and it's not over yet". Fans, of course, took to the comments to give their opinions on the video.
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