- AKA will host a documentary which will cover the Springboks journey to the Rugby World Cup over five episodes
- He will have a new guest each week, his first being the Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am
- AKA will also have the honour of being in charge of the Springbok's Instagram account for the duration of the documentary
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AKA will be taking South Africa on a tour with a new documentary called "Chasing the Sun" which follows the Springboks journey to the Rugby World Cup which they eventually won.
The five-part documentary will air on DSTv on 4 October 2020 and will give Mzansi an insight into the winning team under the leadership of Siya Kolisi.
He made the announcement on Instagram and revealed that will take the reigns of the Springbok's Instagram channel.
AKA is a keen sports fan and very patriotic which makes him the ideal choice for this documentary. The show will have a different guest each week, his first guest will be Lukhanyo Am, the Springbok centre who always remains calm under pressure.
The Rugby World Cup has historically brought South Africa together and the win over England under Kolisi was celebrated across the world.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
In other news, 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.
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