- AKA has taken to social media to drop some teasers about the next guest on his show, The Braai Show
- One particular picture of Malusi Gigaba caught people's attention as they excitedly weighed in on him being interviewed
- Many social media users seemed excited to hear what the ANC politician had to say
AKA is enjoying playing host on his SABC 1 show, The Braai Show. The rapper recently took to social media to share that he would be hosting a scorching interview with ANC politician Malusi Gigaba.
Although the rapper did not reveal much, the pictures he dropped left social media users going crazy. He captioned the post with:
"More classics on the way via #TheBraaiShowWithAKA on @mzansi_fosho heating up your summer!!"
Social media users excitedly took to comments section to share their thoughts on the presence of Mr Gigabytes himself. Instagram user herve_biemo said:
"A whole Gigabyte will be on the show."
"Never trust a man with a ponytail to braai meat. Lol Dankie Mgaga braai show baba."
"Comrade in your mouth."
"Love and respect for you king."
"You are my role model big brother, I wish you could be my mentor one day."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA's new TV show titled The Braai Show premiered on SABC 1 on Thursday, 12 November. The show managed to pull in over two million viewers during its debut. The show's first episode saw AKA interview flamboyant politician Fikile Mbalula.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela took to Twitter on Wednesday, 18 November to share that the programme pulled in a whopping 2.8 million viewers. Phil posted:
"The Braai Show with AKA started airing on SABC1 on Thurs, November 12th at 19h30 — pulling in 2.8 million viewers in its very first episode. Making it the 13th most-watched programme on the channel and 18th in South Africa."
Phil further explained that if the show retains its viewership, it will make the musician the second-highest-rated talk show host in Mzansi. He added:
"If the show retains the 2.8 million viewers or pulls higher, it will likely fall behind Nyan Nyan in terms of most-watched talk shows in South Africa."
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