AKA takes his followers along with him on a trip back to his hometown

AKA takes his followers along with him on a trip back to his hometown

- AKA gave his followers a little insight into his upbringing when he took to Instagram to share a picture of his hometown

- The rapper posted the selfie pic of him chilling in Westridge in Mitchell's Plain of the Western Cape

- Fans were only too grateful to be let in on the moment and took to the comments section to add their thoughts

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AKA posted some material to social media of him reminiscing and taking his followers on a trip down memory lane.

The rapper tagged Westridge in Mitchell's Plain of the Western Cape as his location and captioned the photo, "HOME SWEET HOME". Lots of of fans took to the comments to share their experiences of "the Plain" and send the rapper some good vibes.

AKA is no stranger to the luxuries of the high life now, being one of South Africa's most successful artists, but fans were excited to be reminded of his humble beginnings.

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AKA takes his followers along with him on a trip back to his hometown
AKA taking his followers back to his roots. Image: @akaworldwide/Instagram Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

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Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, whose stage name is AKA, had all his fans adding their comments about Mitchell's Plain and sharing the love on the post:

@trissebastianblack: "The king of SA hiphop"
@chantekiara94: "Yessss welcome to the plain"
@jos.alimasi: "There's no place like home"
@cole_vdh: "How about a lil pop up concert in the Mitchell's plain area?"
@lebohang4669: "There's no sweet place like home"

In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on AKA's comments about not needing the support of other celebrities. SAHipHopMag quoted how AKA is not interested in things like parties and events to garner favour. The rapper was pretty vocal about not needing to be part of the so-called 'celebrity clique' and then dubbed himself the "anti-celebrity".

Some thought AKA was just being extra, but others thought it was the rapper's attempt to distance himself from the current conversation happening online about celebs using their connections instead of their talents.

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From what it seems, AKA is not bothered about being part of celebrity-culture because, as far as he's concerned, he is celebrity-culture and it's on lock.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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