AKA addresses criticism of Bhovamania and new vodka flavour head on

AKA addresses criticism of Bhovamania and new vodka flavour head on

- AKA has addressed criticism of Bhovamania and his new vodka flavour citicism head-on

- AKA's new EP has been receiving a lot of criticism since he dropped it a few days ago

- AKA's banana-flavoured Cruz Vodka has also attracted a lot of negativity ever since he recently announced it

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AKA has taken to social media to address the criticism his new EP titled Bhovamania has been receiving since he dropped it a few days ago. The star took to Twitter early on Thursday morning, 12 November to pour out his feelings about the negative comments the new project has been getting on social media.

Supa Mega implied that it doesn't matter how good his project is because critics will find other ways to drag it. The star wrote:

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"No matter what you do... you will NEVER please everyone. Make peace with this. The sooner you accept it, the sooner you will understand why you were put on this Earth."

A tweep told the rapper he doesn't have to worry about the naysayers because people also doubted Jesus even after seeing the miracles he performed. The musician agreed with the fan. Mega replied:

"You know what... I always think about that. Not that I think I’m Jesus or anything but damn... if they could doubt Jesus? Who am I to complain."

The artist also slammed the people who have made fun of the his new banana-flavoured Cruz Vodka. The Fela In Versace hitmaker wrote:

"When Watermelon dropped they made memes... They said, why Watermelon? Eeeuw. Disgusting."

In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that that AKA has had enough of Cassper Nyovest's fans trolling his new EP titled Bhovamania. Mufasa's Tsibipians have been on Supa Mega's case ever since he dropped the project last Friday, 6 November.

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AKA addresses the Bhovamania and new vodka flavour criticism head on

AKA has addressed the Bhovamania and new vodka flavour criticism head on. Image: @akaworldwide/Instagram
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The Fela In Versace hitmaker took to Twitter on Monday, 9 November to tell some of Cass' fans where to get off. The rapper told a troll that he was on Twitter to interact with his followers not the guys "from the other side". He then hit two birds with one stone when he took a shot at Cassper and the troll.

"Can I just ask a question. Why are you guys from the other side so invested in me? Right now I’m lit from the club tryna interact with my Megacy... here you are at 03:55 while your guy is sleeping peacefully or probably burping his newborn child. It’s pathetic dude. Seriously."

Another tweep criticised Mega for not being good at sampling. The musician also came back with a spicy clap back. AKA responded:

"Pah. Don’t you have a girlfriend or something who needs your attention right now? Mina I’m in Cape Town and my woman is at home. Wena?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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