AKA won't sue Reebok despite feeling as though they ripped him off

AKA won't sue Reebok despite feeling as though they ripped him off

- AKA took to Twitter to explain his position on why he won't be suing Reebok despite feeling aggrieved by their treatment

- The rapper brought up the subject of sneakers he designed which he claims Reebok continue using

- AKA says he doesn't receive any funds or royalties from his designs but told his fans he has no interest in pursuing legal routes against Reebok

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It seems that AKA has not fully let go of how his Reebok deal ended, despite announcing it had been scrapped earlier in the year. The artist took to Twitter to air some grievances he clearly still had with the brand and chat to his followers about it.

Supa Mega tweeted out that Reebok has continually used his sneaker designs in articles and advertising despite not paying him royalties. He started out the rant by tweeting out an anniversary post to his "SNEAKA" designs which dropped a year ago on 26 October 2019.

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When AKA got asked by a tweep why he doesn't pursue legal action, the rapper replied that the justice system was not what he wanted. Instead, Supa Mega said he wanted his fans to know that "their brand is wack."

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AKA says he answers to nobody. Source: @akaworldwide/Instagram
Source: Instagram

AKA's followers were pretty divided on the subject. Some of them supported the rapper and said the brand had done him wrong. Others were of the opinion that there was more to the story and that the sneakers themselves were not worth the hype.

@AkemPrincee: "Keep on pushing super mega"
@MosothoEzekiel: "Honestly there is nothing wow about this sneaka"
@Tshepiso_miya: "It was a moment for the culture man despite it all."

In other AKA-related news, the rapper has been having other successes as Briefly.co.za recently reported on his braai show hitting screens in November as well as his BHOVAMANIA merchandise selling out.

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The latest buzz about AKA making his series debut is that the show will officially be hitting the airwaves on 5 November. The show will be on SABC 1 and consist of 13 episodes. The series will be titled 'The Braai Show with AKA' and have the rapper chatting to some of SA's most recognisable, and some controversial, faces.

AKA's app was released back in May and showcased hangouts with the likes of Scoop, Moozlie and Fikile Mbalula.

Celebrity commentator Kgopolo Mphela tweeted out info: "TV: AKA show coming to SABC. A 13 part series titled ‘The Braai Show with AKA’ with Mzansi’s most intriguing and controversial personalities being hosted by the award winning rapper at a braai is making it to TV. Debut November 5th at 19h30 on @Official_SABC1"

In terms of another success, AKA’s BHOVAMANIA merch went on sale and it sold out faster than people could even type the link in to place their orders. With his new album dropping, Supa Mega has the people lining up to get their hand on his products. With his new EP raising blood pressure, AKA dedicated Friday, 23 October 2020 the official start of BHOVAMANIA season. AKA loves a little festivity and the end of the year always calls for some dankness.

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Taking to social media, AKA let the people of Mzansi know that all of his BHOVAMANIA merch mad officially sold out. AKA thanked his loyal fans for making this possible. Social media was flooded with snaps of fans have made their purchases. AKA was feeling the love and we have no doubt that BHOVAMANIA is going to dominate. One fan went as far as stating that AKA could literally sell anything and it would sell out. “Bro u should sell within 30 u almost sold out #BHOVAMANIA #casino.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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