- AKA has told his fans that he is the alpha dog of the country's "Zalebville"
- AKA shared that, as an alpha dog, he doesn't need the support of other celebrities to be successful in the Mzansi entertainment industry
- AKA even went on to claim that he doesn't even go to other celebrities' parties and dinners
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AKA has boastfully revealed that he doesn't need the support of Mzansi celebs in order to be successful in his life. The star recently opened up about being the alpha dog of Zalebville.
The rapper told his fans on Twitter that he doesn't even attend other celebs' "lil parties and dinners".
"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."
He went on to claim that Mzansi celebs don't buy anything he has to offer but his fans do. Supa Mega is preparing to drop his EP titled Bhovamania. He told his fans:
"I don’t need the support of celebrities to be successful in ANYTHING I do... They don’t buy sh*t, you do."
Tweeps have shared mixed reactions to Mega's tweets. Check out some of their comments below:
"All you need is our support and you have it bro."
"He's right, these so called celebrities they be waiting for freebies."
"What I've noticed is that a lot of them celebrities don't vibe with him."
"You're still mad that Black Coffee didn't invite you to his luncheon. You're lying, they don't feel you."
"Konje you were never invited to that Black Coffee luncheon last year."
In other AKA news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mega recently took to social media to announce that his upcoming project is ready for release. Supa Mega shared that Bhovamania has been mixed and mastered. He shared that he only thing that's left now is just a release date.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker has been using social media to let his fans in on the latest developments in relation to the album. AKA is expected to drop the highly-anticipated EP just in time for festive season.
His fans have been urging him to drop the project soon because his arch-rival Cassper Nyovest has already dropped an album. Mufasa dropped Any Minute Now on 11 September. AKA tweeted on Monday, 28 September:
"The project is complete. Mixed. Mastered. Everything. All that I need now is our release date."
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