- AKA recently sat with Slikour for an interview but it left Mzansi wanting more
- The interview revealed more about the rapper's beef with Sizwe Dhlomo and his failed Reebok deal
- Some social media users felt that the interviewer and interviewee lacked chemistry
AKA recently sat down with Slikour for a tell all interview but fans were not too impressed by it. Many felt that the pair left out a lot of juicy things that they wanted to know from the rapper - including his boxing match with Cassper Nyovest.
The pair discussed AKA's beef with Sizwe Dhlomo, to new banana vodka and his failed deal with Reebok, to name a few things. AKA explained that his beef with Dhlomo resulted from a joke that went too far.
On his vodka, AKA shared that he has been working on the controversial flavour for two whole years and was happy with the outcome.
Speaking about his Reebok deal, AKA attributed the drama to a lesson learnt.
"It's a learning experience, you gotta learn. You gotta say well 'should have done that, should have done this' make sure next time you do not do this again. An L can stand for 'loss' but it also stands for 'learning.'"
Some social media users felt that the interview lacked 'that thing'. One such person was Twitter user LugongoloOdwa who said:
"Broe it felt like this interview was forced there was no genuine chemistry. I’m very dissapointed I was really looking forward to it Slikour’s interview with Cassper is probably the best interview I’ve seen this year"
"I apologize for the lack of chemistry. Next time I’ll make sure the person interviewing me is my soul mate."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA took to social media to respond to Twitter chatter about him being dragged into conversations about Cassper's legal drama.
Supa Mega was replying to a tweep who had posted a screenshot of news about Cassper being sued for fraud, which was later dismissed as being incorrect, but AKA wanted to clear the air.
AKA drove home the message that it brings him no joy to always be dragged into drama whenever Cassper's name is mentioned.
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Source: Briefly News