AKA gloats about the undeniable success of Bhovamania: Eat my dust

AKA gloats about the undeniable success of Bhovamania: Eat my dust

- AKA dropped his highly anticipated album yesterday, November 2020

- Bhovamania received a lot of mixed reactions, but that has not stopped it from topping charts

- AKA woke up feeling all kinds of fresh when he again saw how well his new album is doing, and in true AKA fashion, he took to social media to gloat

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AKA dropped his highly anticipated album yesterday, November 2020. While Bhovamania received a lot of mixed reactions, AKA let the peeps who didn’t like it know that their opinion did not matter.

There will always be haters, and AKA knows that better than most. So, when his album started taking number one spots on multiple charts all over Africa, Supa Megs swiftly silenced the haters by letting them know that his new album is thriving.

DJ Speedsta hypes AKA’s new album: Don’t listen to negative comments
“#1 ACROSS ALL GENRES. GOD IS GREAT. Purple heartWolf face. EAT MY DUST. Right now .... as in .... immediately.”

The hashtag #Bhovamania has been trending on Twitter since the star dropped the EP. The project features musicians such as Sho Madjozi, K.O, Yanga Chief and L-Tido, among others.

Mzansi had been waiting some time for the album to drop and there was not a single second that AKA doubted its litness. AKA knew the album would do well despite all the shade that had been thrown. AKA’s large and loyal fan group would never let him down.

AKA woke up feeling all kinds of fresh when he again saw how well his new album is doing. In true AKA fashion, he took to social media to gloat. We have to give it to him, these posts are hilarious!

Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Speedsta shared some sound advice with AKA as his Bhovamania album makes its big drop. Haters are going to hate and that is their issue at the end of the day, not yours.

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Having faced a fair share of shade in his time, DJ Speedsta felt the need to remind AKA that the negative comments only hold weight if he lets them. If you don’t give energy to it, it can’t do anything.

With AKA’s album dropping, DJ Speedsta asked him to please not let the opinions of others affect his vibe. DJ Speedsta believes AKA album is pure fire despite what some have said.

AKA gloats about the undeniable success of Bhovamania: Eat my dust

AKA dropped his highly anticipated album yesterday, November 2020. Bhovamania received a lot of mixed reactions, but that has not stopped it from topping charts. Image: AKA/Instagram.
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